Leonora Cohen

Leonora Cohen (15 June 1873 – 4 September 1978) was a British suffragette who was also an appointed OBE.

Read more about Leonora Cohen:  Early Life, Motivation To Be A Suffragist, Actions Speak Louder Than Words, Second Wave of Feminism, Death and Legacy

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Leonora Cohen - Death and Legacy
... death, the Times newspaper published Cohen’s passing in the obituary section ... The short column attempts to reflect on Cohen’s life and highlight the extraordinary accomplishments in her 105 years spent on earth ... From her short obituary, Cohen was clearly remembered for the actions she took to defend the rights of women ...

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