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  1. Alice Stone Blackwell (September 14, 1857 – March 15, 1950) was an American feminist, suffragist, journalist, radical socialist, and human rights advocate. Early life and education [ edit ] Blackwell was born in East Orange , New Jersey to Henry Browne Blackwell and Lucy Stone , both of whom were suffrage leaders and helped ...

  2. Hace 6 días · Alice Stone Blackwell, (born Sept. 14, 1857, Orange, N.J., U.S.—died March 15, 1950, Cambridge, Mass.), suffragist and editor of the leading American women’s rights newspaper. Alice Stone Blackwell was the daughter of Lucy Stone and of Henry B. Blackwell, who in turn was the brother of Elizabeth Blackwell and brother-in-law of ...

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  3. Alice Stone Blackwell; Información personal; Nacimiento: 14 de septiembre de 1857 Nueva Jersey (Estados Unidos) o Orange (Estados Unidos) Fallecimiento: 15 de marzo de 1950 (92 años) Cambridge (Estados Unidos) Causa de muerte: Cardiopatía: Sepultura: Forest Hills Cemetery: Nacionalidad: Estadounidense: Familia; Padres: Henry Browne Blackwell ...

    • Forest Hills Cemetery
    • 15 de marzo de 1950, (92 años), Cambridge (Estados Unidos)
  4. Cemetery Name: Forrest Hills Cemetery. Born into a radical and revolutionary family, Alice Stone Blackwell dedicated her life to fighting for universal suffrage and advocating for oppressed peoples. A writer, editor, and translator, Blackwell used the art of language to amplify her voice and the voices of others.

  5. Alice Stone Blackwell, (born Sept. 14, 1857, Orange, N.J., U.S.—died March 15, 1950, Cambridge, Mass.), suffragist and editor of the leading American women’s rights newspaper.

  6. Alice Stone Blackwell was a feminist activist and writer. In an edited volume published in 1917, Blackwell responded to popular anti-women’s-suffrage arguments. Why Should Women Vote? The reasons why women should vote are the same as the reasons why men should vote are the same as the reasons for having a republic rather than a monarchy.