Yes, Susan B. Anthony was pro-life

Early feminist icons Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony forever changed the role of women in American society. In the 19th century they tirelessly promoted public education for women’s equality and demanded women’s suffrage. But contrary to recent claims by advocacy groups, they were not pro-abortion.

Following a leaked Supreme Court draft decision that appears to be overturning Roe v. calf circulated in May, the nonprofit National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House in Rochester, NY, accused the Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life political action committee, for misusing the famous suffragist’s name. “To suggest that Susan B. Anthony would support government intervention in a woman’s decision to conceive is abhorrent,” wrote museum president Deborah L. Hughes in a post on the organization’s website. Yes, Susan B. Anthony was pro-life

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