Susan B. Anthony was born on 15th February 1820. She is an American women rights activist and social reformer. Naturally introduced to a Quaker family dedicated to social balance. And she gathered anti-slavery petitions at the age of 17 years old. She performed a vital job in the ladies’ suffrage development. Then she turned into the New York state operator for the “American Anti-Slavery Society.” in 1856. Elizabeth Cady Stanton also helped her a lot in women’s rights activities. In 1851 she met her, and they became partners. Then she died on 13th February 1906.
Google Doodles of Susan B. Anthony:
Today 15th February is the 200th birthday of Susan B. Anthony. To respect what might be her 200th birthday celebration, Google is showing a landing page doodle, commending the capacity for ladies to cast a ballot in the United States. All this became possible due to the great efforts and hard work of Susan B. Anthony and some other women’s hard work in that organization like Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
But you see that the balloons in Google Doodles state “100” rather than “200.” That is because 2020 additionally denotes the 100th commemoration of ladies picking up the protected option to cast a vote in America. She was associated with NAWSA (National American Woman Suffrage Association).
Still in later years of life, Susan B. Anthony never quit her battle for ladies’ rights. She drove the National American Women’s Suffrage Association until 1900 and ventured to every part of the nation, giving talks and gathering marks for petitions. But unfortunately, Susan B. Anthony kicked the bucket in 1906, about fifteen years before her struggles and the struggles of those ladies she worked with. In 1920, that would be settled as the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution. At long last, she is giving ladies the option to cast a ballot.