Category:Mary Church Terrell

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English: Mary Church Terrell (September 23, 1863 – July 24, 1954) was an activist for civil rights and women's suffrage.


Mary Church Terrell (es); Mary Church Terrell (hu); Mary Church Terrell (ast); Mary Church Terrell (ca); Mary Church Terrell (de); Mary Church Terrell (pt); Mary Church Terrell (ga); ماری چرچ ترل (fa); Mary Church Terrell (da); Mary Church Terrell (sl); Mary Church Terrell (tl); Mary Church Terrell (nb); Mary Church Terrell (fr); Mary Church Terrell (sv); Mary Church Terrell (nn); מרי צ'ורש טרל (he); Mary Church Terrell (nl); Mary Church Terrell (it); Террелл, Мэри Чёрч (ru); Mary Church Terrell (pl); Mary Church Terrell (fi); Mary Church Terrell (en); ماري تشيرش تيريل (ar); Mary Church Terrell (cs); Mary Church Terrell (sq) hija de dos antiguos esclavos, fue una de las primeras mujeres afroamericanas que obtuvo un diploma de enseñanza superior (es); amerikanische Sozialreformerin und Bürgerrechtlerin (de); African American educator and activist (en); Essayiste afro-américaine militante des droits civiques et du droit de vote des femmes, co-fondatrice de la National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (fr); feministka, učitelka, spisovatelka, historička a lidskoprávní aktivistka v USA (cs); schrijfster uit Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl) Mary C. Terrell, Mary C Terrell, Mary Terrell, MC Terrell, M.C. Terrell, M. C. Terrell, M C Terrell (tl)
Mary Church Terrell 
African American educator and activist
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Date of birth23 September 1863
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Date of death24 July 1954
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  • Phyllis Terrell
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  • D.C. Women's Hall of Fame
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