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Sarah and Angelina Grimke: Born to a Slave-Owning Family in the South, They Became Prominent Abolitionists
Sarah and Angelina Grimke were white sisters who were some of the earliest leaders of the abolishment movement.
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Frieda Belinfante was the first woman to conduct an orchestra in Europe, a Jewish woman who fought in the Dutch resistance, and also – a