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
04 February 1913, American
Activist
Ruby BridgesRuby Bridges
08 September 1954, American
Philanthropist

Pauley PerrettePauley Perrette
27 March 1969, American
Television Actress, Activist, Singer

Coretta Scott KingCoretta Scott King
27 April 1927, American
Civil Rights Activist, Author

Angela Davis Angela Davis
26 January 1944, American
Political Activist

Lena HorneLena Horne
30 June 1917, American
Singer
Yolanda KingYolanda King
17 November 1955, American
Activist

Claudette ColvinClaudette Colvin
05 September 1939, American
Civil Rights Activist

Ida B. WellsIda B. Wells
16 July 1862, American
Journalist
Viola DesmondViola Desmond
06 July 1914, Canadian, American
Businesswoman

Winnie Madikizela-MandelaWinnie Madikizela-Mandela
26 September 1936, South African
Politician, Anti-Apartheid Activist
Elizabeth Cady StantonElizabeth Cady Stanton
12 November 1815, American
Women’s Rights Activist

Audre LordeAudre Lorde
18 February 1934, American
Writer

Mary McLeod BethuneMary McLeod Bethune
10 July 1875, American
Educator

Miriam MakebaMiriam Makeba
04 March 1932, South African
Singer

Barbara JordanBarbara Jordan
21 February 1936, American
Lawyer
Denise NicholasDenise Nicholas
12 July 1944, American
Actress

Fannie Lou HamerFannie Lou Hamer
06 October 1917, American
Civil Rights Activist

Viola LiuzzoViola Liuzzo
11 April 1925, American
Civil Rights Activist

Mary Church TerrellMary Church Terrell
23 September 1863, American
Civil Rights Activist
Lucy StoneLucy Stone
13 August 1818, American
Women's Rights Activist

Edith Dircksey CowanEdith Cowan
02 August 1861, Australian
Social Campaigner
Matilda GageMatilda Joslyn Gage
24 March 1826, American
Abolitionist, Freethinker, Author

Prudence CrandallPrudence Crandall
03 September 1803, American
Connecticut's official State Heroine

Anna Julia CooperAnna Julia Cooper
10 August 1858, American
Author, Educator
Rachel DolezalRachel Dolezal
12 November 1977, American
Author

Tarana BurkeTarana Burke
12 September 1973, American
Activist
Bernice KingBernice King
28 March 1963, American
Actress

Ruby DeeRuby Dee
27 October 1922, American
Actress

Betty ShabazzBetty Shabazz
28 May 1934, American
Educator
Pramila JayapalPramila Jayapal
21 September 1965, Indian
Politician

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Alveda KingAlveda King
22 January 1951, American
Politician
Jane ElliottJane Elliott
27 May 1933, American
Schoolteacher

Ella BakerElla Baker
13 December 1903, American
American activist

Dolores HuertaDolores Huerta
10 April 1930, American
Trade unionist

Alicia GarzaAlicia Garza
04 January 1981, American
Activist
Myrlie Evers-WilliamsMyrlie Evers-Williams
17 March 1933, American
journalist
C. Delores TuckerC. Delores Tucker
04 October 1927, American
Politician

Septima Poinsette ClarkSeptima Poinsette Clark
03 May 1898, American
Educator

Mariela CastroMariela Castro
27 July 1961, Cuban
psychologist, educator, university teacher,

Jo Ann RobinsonJo Ann Robinson
17 April 1912, American
Civil Rights Activist
Frances LearFrances Lear
14 July 1923, American
Activist

Ruby Doris Smith-RobinsonRuby Doris Smith-Robinson
25 April 1942, American
Activist

Sarah Louise DelanySarah Louise Delany
19 September 1889, American
Educator

Johnnie CarrJohnnie Carr
26 January 1911, American
Civil rights activists

Amelia BoyntonAmelia Boynton Robinson
18 August 1911, American
Activist
Charlotta Spears BassCharlotta Spears Bass
14 February 1874, American
Editor and activist