Lucretia Mott was born on January 3, 1793, in Nantucket, Massachusetts. She was a Civil Right's Activist, a Women's Right Activist, as well as a religious reformer.
- She was educated and worked as a teaching assistant.
- She strongly opposed slavery and was an early support of William Lloyd Garrison and his American Anti-Slavery Society.
- Attended the famous World's Anti-Slavery Convention in London in 1840 finding that she was not able to fully participate because she was a woman! Not to worry, because of this she became one of the Seneca Fall Convention organizer's.
- She published Discourse on Woman
Thank you Lucretia Mott, for being such a B A D A S S !!
P.S. seems that her husband James Mott, was an awesome guy. He not only shared in her beliefs but supported her. She encouraged him to get out of the cotton trade as she refused to buy products that supported slave labor. He did.