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February 15

This Day in Women's History


    1820: Susan B. Anthony born

    1836: Sarah Fuller born

    1858: Marcella Sembrich born

    1879: Female attorneys are permitted to argue cases before the Supreme Court of the United States, in a bill signed this day by President Rutherford B. Hayes

    1953: Tenley Albright won the world figure skating championship, the first American to do so

Quote for Today

    It would be ridiculous to talk of male and female atmospheres, male and female springs or rains, male and female sunshine . . . . how much more ridiculous is it in relation to mind, to soul, to thought, where there is as undeniably no such thing as sex, to talk of male and female education and of male and female schools.

    Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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