I Used To Be Punk Rock ... and Other Lies

I Used To Be Punk Rock... and Other Lies

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Margaret Fuller (May 23, 1810 – July 19, 1850)
American journalist who became the first fulltime female book reviewer in journalism
Wrote  Woman in the Nineteenth Century, now considered the first major feminist work in American history. Wrote that women and men are inherently equal and must be viewed that way in society and the law. It promoted women becoming self-dependent and men removing their dominating ways over women while enhancing their spiritual and intellectual resources as humans
Oversaw salons that she called “conversations” among women to discuss ideas and opinions to compensate for their lack of higher education 
By her 30s, earned the reputation as the best read person in New England and was the first woman permitted to use the Harvard College library
While also promoting women’s rights and access to education, she also advocated for prison reform, fair treatment of American Indians, and the emancipation of slaves

herstory-matters:

Margaret Fuller (May 23, 1810 – July 19, 1850)

American journalist who became the first fulltime female book reviewer in journalism

Wrote Woman in the Nineteenth Century, now considered the first major feminist work in American history. Wrote that women and men are inherently equal and must be viewed that way in society and the law. It promoted women becoming self-dependent and men removing their dominating ways over women while enhancing their spiritual and intellectual resources as humans

Oversaw salons that she called “conversations” among women to discuss ideas and opinions to compensate for their lack of higher education

By her 30s, earned the reputation as the best read person in New England and was the first woman permitted to use the Harvard College library

While also promoting women’s rights and access to education, she also advocated for prison reform, fair treatment of American Indians, and the emancipation of slaves

(Source: Wikipedia)

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