Biography: Susan B. Anthony: Rebel for the Cause
This episode of Biography revisits Anthony's inspiring life, from her childhood in Massachusetts to cutting her teeth in activism as an anti-slavery crusader. After the Civil War, Anthony really began to make a name for herself as she formed the National Women's Suffrage Association with Elizabeth Stanton. She would devote the rest of her life to the cause. Dramatic re-enactments bring the pivotal moments of her crusade to life, including her 1872 arrest for daring to vote.
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60-minute runtime; 2 year copyright clearance.
Dec 13 at 7:00am ET/PT
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