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Meet The Group That Started Fighting for Women’s Rights in the 1800s

Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments. On October 27, 1893, a group of ladies met in the Horticultural Pavilion in Allan Gardens. The approximately 1,500 women had gathered that fall day to fight back against what they saw as increasing political polarization and partisanship. The meeting was led by […] The post Meet The Group That Started Fighting for Women’s Rights in the 1800s appeared first on Torontoist.
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