Women’s rights: Lucretia Coffin Mott
Mott’s interest for women’s right started at a school she taught called Nine Partners
Here she learned that female teachers were earning half as much as the male teachers. This type of inequality paved the way for her to become a women's rights activist.
Mott moved to Philadelphia and after three years of speaking in meetings, she became Minister.
She then travelled the country preaching about peace and equality.
After attending the American Anti-Slavery Convention in 1833, Mott decided to organise the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society.
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