Throughout history, there have been many women civil rights activists who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female civil rights activists such as Pauley Perrette, Rosa Parks, Angela Davis, Ruby Bridges, Elizabeth Cady Stanton.The women civil rights activists featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Rosa ParksRosa Parks
(Civil Rights Activist)

04 February 1913

American

Ruby BridgesRuby Bridges
(Philanthropist)

08 September 1954

American

Angela Davis Angela Davis
(Political Activist)

26 January 1944

American

Pauley PerrettePauley Perrette
(Television Actress, Activist, Singer)

27 March 1969

American

Coretta Scott KingCoretta Scott King
(Civil Rights Activist, Author)

27 April 1927

American

Ida B. WellsIda B. Wells
(Journalist)

16 July 1862

American

Viola DesmondViola Desmond
(Businesswoman)

06 July 1914

Canadian,American

Lena HorneLena Horne
(Singer)

30 June 1917

American

Claudette ColvinClaudette Colvin
(Civil Rights Activist)

05 September 1939

American

Elizabeth Cady StantonElizabeth Cady Stanton
(Women’s Rights Activist)

12 November 1815

American

Miriam MakebaMiriam Makeba
(Singer)

04 March 1932

South African

Winnie Madikizela-MandelaWinnie Madikizela-Mandela
(Politician, Anti-Apartheid Activist)

26 September 1936

South African

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Yolanda KingYolanda King
(Activist)

17 November 1955

American

Audre LordeAudre Lorde
(Writer)

18 February 1934

American

Barbara JordanBarbara Jordan
(Lawyer)

21 February 1936

American

Viola LiuzzoViola Liuzzo
(Civil Rights Activist)

11 April 1925

American

Lucy StoneLucy Stone
(Women's Rights Activist)

13 August 1818

American

Mary Church TerrellMary Church Terrell
(Civil Rights Activist)

23 September 1863

American

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Edith Dircksey CowanEdith Cowan
(Social Campaigner)

02 August 1861

Australian

Matilda GageMatilda Joslyn Gage
(Abolitionist, Freethinker, Author)

24 March 1826

American

Prudence CrandallPrudence Crandall
(Connecticut's official State Heroine)

03 September 1803

American

Anna Julia CooperAnna Julia Cooper
(Author, Educator)

10 August 1858

American

Dolores HuertaDolores Huerta
(Trade unionist)

10 April 1930

American

Myrlie Evers-WilliamsMyrlie Evers-Williams
(journalist)

17 March 1933

American

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Jo Ann RobinsonJo Ann Robinson
(Civil Rights Activist)

17 April 1912

American

Mariela CastroMariela Castro
(psychologist, educator, university teacher, journalist)

27 July 1961

Cuban

Johnnie CarrJohnnie Carr
(Civil rights activists)

26 January 1911

American