The Untold Stories of Female Revolutionaries and Activists
History is written by the victors and usually the men.
While it may be easy to name plenty of heroic male figures in history, unfortunately, the mind often comes to a screeching halt when contemplating the women who played a role in the major moments of our human history. This is not because they sat at home, idly waiting for the men to cut a path to the future, but because their own blazing trail has been Hidden in History.
No longer overlooked and forgotten, Hidden in History: The Untold Stories of Female Revolutionaries and Activists brings some of the most valiant women of history to the forefront and tells their stories with rich detail and proper acknowledgment.
Follow Constance Markievicz through the Irish fight for independence; hear the untold story of the Grimke sisters struggle against slavery in the Antebellum South; admire Rigoberta Menchú's passion and dedication to changing the constant state of prejudice and degradation towards Guatemala s indigenous peoples. These are only a few of the incredible heroines whose epic tales unfold within these pages.
Women all over the world have been invaluable to efforts toward betterment and justice, only to be disregarded. No longer will the female narratives be left out of history these are just some of the stories of the many female victors.