Bold Women in History: 15 Women's Rights Activists You Should Know
Incredible stories of bold women from American history―for kids ages 8 to 12
All throughout history, American women have stood up for what’s right, even when they weren’t allowed to vote, have careers, or go to school. But throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, many brave and smart women helped fight for equality. This biography collection for kids explores 15 of these women―including Sojourner Truth, Alice Paul, and Ida B. Wells-Barnett―and how they used their skills and beliefs to create lasting change.
Explore amazing women in history:
- Having a choice―Discover the stories of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, who helped start the women’s suffrage movement.
- Using their voice―Learn about women like Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin and Mabel Ping-Hua Lee, whose actions helped enact voting rights for women of color.
- Never giving up―Find out how even today, women such as bell hooks and Stacey Abrams are fighting for women’s equality at the polls, the workplace, and in education.
Go beyond other history books and discover those who are often overlooked with Bold Women in History.