From the Right to Vote to the Right to Life: Remembering Susan B. Anthony

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Currents News Staff

Feb. 15 would have been the two-hundredth birthday of one of America’s most famous suffragettes: Susan B. Anthony. 

Anthony fought for a woman’s right to vote, was a major proponent in the movement to abolish slavery and also stood up for the right to life. 

Sister Maryann Lopiccolo, the Episcopal Delegate for Religious in the Brooklyn Diocese, joins Currents News to discuss Susan B. Anthony’s legacy and what Catholics can learn from her role in history.