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Lucretia Mott

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"Lucretia Mott" chronicles the remarkable life of a woman who rose from the daughter of a Nantucket sea captain to a towering figure in the fight for gender equality, racial justice, and voting rights. Born with an innate eloquence and confidence, Lucretia Mott braved hostile all-male audiences and overcame violent opposition, including attacks by protestors and the torching of her meeting halls. Her indomitable spirit led her to become an advisor to presidents and a peer of other legendary activists like Frederick Douglas, Susan B. Anthony, and Sojourner Truth. Published on July 1, 1999, this inspiring biography captures the essence of Mott's enduring legacy, making it an essential read for elementary school students. It not only highlights her monumental contributions to social justice but also encourages young readers to reflect on how one person's courage can lead to significant societal change.
Published by The Feminist Press at CUNY on July 1, 1999
240 pages
ISBN: 9781558612174
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Gender EqualityRacial Justice, and Political Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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