Social Reformers

Susan B. Anthony Champion of Woman’s Rights

Mary Astell – First English Feminist Author

Ella Baker – Crusading Activist

Clara Barton – American Humanitarian

Ida Wells-Barnett – Anti-Lynching Crusader

Mary Mcleod Bethune – Education and Civil Rights Activist

Mother Bickerdyke – Civil War Nurse

Nelly Bly – Investigative Reporter

Evangeline Booth – Salvation Army Leader

Carrie Chapman Catt – Woman’s Suffrage Leader

Francis Powers Cobbe – Founder of Ragged Schools

Edith Cavell – Resistance Fighter Nurse

Anna Elizabeth Dickinson

Dorathea Dix – Prison Reformer

Elizabeth “Mumbet” Freeman – Slave Who Sued for Her Freedom

Elizabeth Fry – English Reformer

Mary Harriman – Founder of the Junior League

Julia Ward Howe – Author, Hymn Writer, Philanthropist, Reformer

Mary H. Hunt – American Temperance Reformer and Educator

Helen Hunt Jackson – Champion of the American Indian

Anna Jarvis – Founder of Mother’s Day

Mother Jones – Social Warrior for the Poor

Mary Livermore – American Journalist & Social Reformer

Kay Livingstone – Enforcer of Minority Rights

Lucretia Mott – Women’s Suffrage Advocate

Carry Nation – Activist

Rosa Parks – Civil Rights Activist

Irena Sendler – Friend of the Jews

Anna Howard Shaw – Women’s Rights Advocate

Grimke Sisters – Southern Abolitionists

Grimke Sisters – The Continuing Story

Lady Henry Somerset – British Temperance Leader

Elizabeth Cady Stanton 1815 – 1902

Lucy Stone – Women’s Rights Advocate

Harriet Beecher Stowe – Author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Sojourner Truth – Abolitionist/Suffragist

Harriett Tubman – No Equal

Bina West – Founder of Woman’s Life Insurance Society

Anna Kelton Wiley – Suffragist

Francis Willard – Temperance Leader