Pankhurst: context and an introduction to rhetoric for gender specific injustice

Fired up about equal rights? In this lesson, we will learn about Emmeline Pankhurst, an iconic suffragette who used rhetorical language to highlight the injustices faced by women in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. We will explore the language that Emmeline Pankhurst used to create a large feminist following, and ultimately to drive social change that changed the world forever.


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