Mary Richardson
British syffragist
Mary Richardson
Mary Raleigh Richardson was a Canadian suffragette active in the women's suffrage movement in the United Kingdom, an arsonist and later the head of the women's section of the British Union of Fascists (BUF) led by Sir Oswald Mosley.
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Q&A: Sean Avery Medlin - The State Press
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Since aspiring spoken word and hip hop artist Sean Avery Medlin performed at RAW: Phoenix presents JUNCTION last week, he has garnered considerable attention from the local artistic
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Urban Culture Vulture: All About the Shabbos - The State Press
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With a Catholic upbringing, I haven't had a lot of exposure to Judaism. Yes, I attended a bar mitzvah here and there during middle school, but that just meant I self-consciously watched
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Local anchor to be inducted - Wicked Local
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Belmont Mary Richardson will be inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame on Sept. 15. By Christine Kenney/WickedLocalBelmont.com On Sept. 15, Belmont resident Mary Richardson will be inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of
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Urban Culture Vulture: Embracing Argentine Tango - The State Press
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It's not easy to embrace Argentine tango at the start—literally. In order to understand the graceful dance, a dancer has to embody a sophisticated posture, to lean in elegantly,
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Urban Culture Vulture: Getting Grounded in African Dance - The State Press
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Last week, an announcement was made in my African Dance class that Nora Chipaumire, a contemporary award-winning dance artist and Zimbabwe native, was teaching a workshop on the Tempe
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'Perception and Passage' exhibition explores transformation - The State Press
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Beginning Sept. 6, the thesis exhibition of textile-based sculptor Elise Deringer, “Perception and Passage,” will be displayed at the Harry Wood Gallery on Tempe campus
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Urban Culture Vulture: A Converting Conversation - The State Press
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I've always noticed a large gathering of international students around the Art Café (attached to the Einstein's at the Memorial Union) on Monday afternoons, but I usually walk right past it
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Urban Culture Vulture: Let's Try That An-ya - The State Press
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There is no denying that Anya Melkozernova's textile designs are bold, dramatic, and delightfully surprising. However, you can't look at Melkozernova's work without wondering about the
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Menchville grad Richardson assumes bruising back persona for UVa - Daily Press
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U.Va. is eight days away from its season-opener against William and Mary. Richardson has a chance to get on the field as a 6-foot-0, 215-pound true freshman. Those are dimensions that qualify him as a big tailback in U.Va.'s backfield, and may help him
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Religion Notes - Cape Coral Daily Breeze
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Come visit, tour the facility and meet Director Mary Richardson. For information, contact mrich-ardson@capecoralfirst.org or call 239-542-4051. The preschool's website is www.foundationselc.org and has information on programs, curriculum,
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Cronkite students earn top marks in national public relations competition - Downtown Devil
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Several Cronkite students received 2011 Zenith Awards for public relations projects as well as awards from other national competitions this summer. (Evie Carpenter/DD) Students of the Walter Cronkite
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Facebook aids in justice - The State Press
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We all understand the effect Facebook has and the social transformation that has come from it. What has most recently developed is its use in criminal investigation
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Summer Heat is good for Wood - Brattleboro Reformer
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"I have to rely on my defense a Wood said she plays on the Heat with fellow Colonels Kalee Graham, Mary Richardson and McKenzie Bover as well as several junior varsity players. According to her father Al, the head coach for the Heat and assistant for
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Columbus Chapter of NAPW Plans Trade Show, Discusses Committee Leaders and ... - Benzinga
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Members in attendance included Gail V. Goldman, President, Bridget McColgan, Mary Richardson, and Jeannine Vegh. July's monthly meeting was held at Safelite Autoglass, 2400 Farmers Drive, Columbus, OH. Gail Goldman, Chapter President, welcomed all
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That's a man's drink - The State Press
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Recently, a friend joined me for coffee at a local Italian bakery. Unsure of what she wanted, she decided to try something she had never had before: a caffé bedouin
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RFK Jr.'s estranged wife has driving charge dismissed - The Journal News | LoHud.com
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PLEASANT VALLEY — A driving-while-ability-impaired charge against Mary Richardson Kennedy, the estranged wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., has been dismissed in Town Court. Mary Kennedy was arrested on Aug. 21, 2010, after a state police officer pulled
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Community Arts Calendar - Crestview News Bulletin
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Mary Richardson (one of the TeaBAG artists whose bookbinding artistry was on display in the library lobby in May and June) will be conducting book art construction classes (for high school students and adults only) in the Crestview Public Library
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A whole lot a slaw - Southwest Virginia Today
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“I'd like to have seen what it would have done if the weather had been better,” noted Mary Richardson, who set out the plant in her garden in the Fort Chiswell community. “The hot weather has been hard on everything. I've had to water the garden
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Wheels keep turning in effort to save energy - The State Press
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A handful of universities across the country have started converting energy from exercise equipment into electricity, including Drexel University in Philadelphia
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1961
    Age 72
    She died at her flat in Hastings on November 7, 1961.
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  • 1953
    Age 64
    Richardson published her autobiography, Laugh a Defiance, in 1953.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1914
    Age 25
    Richardson's most famous act of defiance occurred on March 10, 1914 when she entered the National Gallery in London and slashed the Rokeby Venus with a chopper she smuggled into the gallery.
    More Details Hide Details She wrote a brief statement explaining her actions to the WSPU which was immediately printed by the press: "I have tried to destroy the picture of the most beautiful woman in mythological history as a protest against the Government for destroying Mrs Pankhurst, who is the most beautiful character in modern history. Justice is an element of beauty as much as colour and outline on canvas. Mrs Pankhurst seeks to procure justice for womanhood, and for this she is being slowly murdered by a Government of Iscariot politicians. If there is an outcry against my deed, let every one remember that such an outcry is an hypocrisy so long as they allow the destruction of Mrs Pankhurst and other beautiful living women, and that until the public cease to countenance human destruction the stones cast against me for the destruction of this picture are each an evidence against them of artistic as well as moral and political humbug and hypocrisy."
  • 1913
    Age 24
    Richardson was at the Epsom races on Derby Day, 4th June 1913, when Emily Davison jumped in front of the King's horse.
    More Details Hide Details Emily Davison died in Epsom Cottage Hospital and Mary Richardson was chased and beaten by an angry mob but was given refuge in Epsom Downs station by a railway porter. She committed a number of acts of arson, smashed windows at the Home Office and bombed a railway station. She was arrested nine times, receiving prison terms totaling more than three years.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1889
    Age 0
    Born in 1889.
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