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World War II

Rosa Schapire's Portrait, 1920

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Portrait of Rosa Schapire by Walter Gramatte, 1920.
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Portrait of Rosa Schapire by Walter Gramatte, 1920.

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Nathalie Sarraute, 1983

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Nathalie Sarraute, 1983.
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Nathalie Sarraute, 1983.


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Margherita Sarfatti

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Margherita Sarfatti.
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Margherita Sarfatti.

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Louise Weiss and Suffragettes in 1935

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Louise Weiss along with other suffragettes in 1935. The bold text on the newspaper translates: "The Frenchwoman must vote"
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Louise Weiss along with other suffragettes in 1935. The bold text on the newspaper translates: "The Frenchwoman must vote"

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Jennie Tourel

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Jennie Tourel on Decca's The Singers series of recordings in the mid-1950s.
Courtesy of Decca Records.
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Jennie Tourel on Decca's The Singers series of recordings in the mid-1950s.

Courtesy of Decca Records.

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Death of Soviet spy Ruth Werner

July 7, 2000

"I fought against fascism.  Whatever else, I can hold my head up high because of that." - Ruth Werner, Soviet spy

Ruth Werner

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Ruth Werner, Soviet spy.
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Ruth Werner, Soviet spy.

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Celia Adler Cropped

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Actress and theater director, Celia Adler (1889-1979).

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Actress and theater director, Celia Adler (1889-1979).

Celia Adler

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Actress and theater director, Celia Adler (1889-1979).

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Actress and theater director, Celia Adler (1889-1979).

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Emilie M. Bullowa

As a lawyer and activist, Emilie M. Bullowa devoted her life to justice for the disenfranchised, arguing, “Our democracy doesn’t work if the people who can’t afford … legal aid can’t get justice.”

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