In 1848, Lucretia Mott and her husband visited the Seneca people, where they experienced firsthand how political power was shared equally among everyone in society. When Mott traveled back to New York, she shared the stories about her experience and how Native women played important roles in their communities.

 

 


https://www.wyomingnews.com/wyomingbusinessreport/industry_news/economy_and_labor/donors-partner-to-pay-off-student-meal-debt-statewide/article_1318bc72-53a0-11ec-b9eb-67555909bcab.html?utm_source=wyomingnews.com&utm_campaign=%2Fnewsletters%2Fwyomingbusinessreport%2Fheadlines%2F%3F-dc%3D1638471215&utm_medium=email&utm_content=headlineHow Native American Women Inspired the Women’s Suffrage Movement

How Native American Women Inspired the Women’s Suffrage Movement

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