Susan B. Anthony's Abolitionist Movement

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Born on February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts, Susan B. Anthony was an abolitionist, public speaker, and suffragist. (biography.com/early-life) She took a stand for women’s equality. In the mid-1840’s, her family was part of the abolitionist movement to help end slavery in Rochester, New York. (biography.com/early-life) Because of this, she went to an Anti-Slavery conference, where she met her loyal companion, Elizabeth Cady Stanton. (biography.com/ leading-activist) With Elizabeth, Susan B. Anthony fought for women’s rights. They stood for equality. Susan B. Anthony was not alive to see women receive their rights on August 18, 1920, but she has made an impact on our society today. She died in 1906. (biography.com/ death-and-legacy)It

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