Ninth National Women's Rights Convention held in New York City

The ninth National Women's Rights Convention was held in New York City.  A main feature of the meeting was Susan B. Anthony's speech that challenged the government of the United States on both female and African-American "inalienable rights."  Wendell Phillips also spoke effectively. (By John Osborne)
Source Citation
Charles M. Christian, Sari Bennett, Black Saga: the African American Experience : a Chronology (New York: Civitas Press, 1999), 168.
Date Certainty
Exact
Type
Women/Families
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