The Women's Rights Movement: Lucie Stone

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The first female abolitionists fighting for women rights. Angelina Grimke , and her sister Sarah Grimke Joined the Female Anti- Slavery Society. During this time she wrote a pamphlet An Appel to the Christian Women of the South (1836) There lectures , and letters put them in the middle of The Women 's Rights Movement, Doing so she inspired Lucie Stone as well as Lucreitia Mott to take up the causes. Toghter they lectured to women, and man a behavior that was un heard of. Ministers rebuked them therefore they expelled them from the Quaker faith. This was just the beginning of our journey but these women got the engines running.

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