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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Born in 1793, Mott was a White activist in the Women’s Rights and Abolitionist movements. Offended by the exclusion of women from the anti-slavery movement, she helped organize the Seneca Falls Convention to address women’s rights and abolition. She later became the first president of the American Equal Rights Association, and organization aimed at achieving equality for African Americans and women.

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