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Anna Strunsky Walling and her Sister, Rose, circa 1902

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Socialist, co-founder of the NAACP, and author, Anna Strunsky and her sister Rose, circa 1902.

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Socialist, co-founder of the NAACP, and author, Anna Strunsky and her sister Rose, circa 1902.

Image courtesy of Yale University Library via Wikimedia Commons.

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“The Factory Girl’s Danger” published in The Outlook

April 15, 1911

“No, we've got to keep on working, no matter what the danger.  It's work or starve.  That's all there is to it."

Maud Nathan, 1913, cropped

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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.
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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.

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Maud Nathan, 1913

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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.
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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.


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Sonya Levien

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Labor activist and prolific screenwriter Sonya Levien.
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Labor activist and prolific screenwriter Sonya Levien.

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Lillian Herstein

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Lillian Herstein.
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Lillian Herstein.

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Josephine Clara Goldmark

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Josephine Clara Goldmark.
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Josephine Clara Goldmark.

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Stosh Cotler

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Stosh Cotler, CEO and radical social activist.
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Stosh Cotler, CEO and radical social activist.

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Stosh Cotler

An unconventional CEO with tattoos, a black belt, and a reputation as a radical social activist, Stosh Cotler has mobilized Jewish Americans to fight for immigration reform, racial equality, and workers’ rights.

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