Emmeline Pethick Lawrence: The Bristol Suffragette
Season: 4 Episode: 40
Bristol born Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence was one of the leaders of the ‘suffragette’ campaign. Imprisoned six times, she was treasurer of Mrs Pankhurst’s Women’s Social and Political Union and jointly edited ‘Votes for Women’ magazine.
In this episode, we delve into the life and accomplishments of this remarkable woman who strove to make the world a better place for all.
This podcast has been specially edited from a Bradley Stoke Radio show in Bristol, England.
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Encyclopedia of Women Social Reformers - Helen Rappaport. Bloomsbury Academic, 2001
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Daily Herald - Friday 12 March 1954
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