Lest We Forget: Tributes to Feminist Treasures Departing Mother Earth 2005 -
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Bonita Mabo: Indigenous Inspiration and Mother of Native Title 1943 - 26 November 2018 306
Marielle Franco: Brazil's voice of women & minorities assassinated in Rio 27 July 1979–14 March 2018 664
Asma Jahangir: Pakistan's fearless life-long advocate for Human Rights Jan 27 1952–February 11 2018 898
Gauri Lankesh: Journalist & courageous voice for the marginalised January 29 1962 - September 5 2017 1044
Nazha Saad: Tireless activist & humanitarian, totally devoted to social justice 1960 - Aug 14, 2017 1027
Fiona Richardson: Fearless, passionate 1st Minister for DV Prevention Nov 22 1966 – August 23 2017 1465
Betty Cuthbert: Champion Athlete & Champion Woman who inspired generations April 20 1938-Aug 6 2017 1200
Qandeel Baloch: Pakistan's unique feminist, slain for defying patriarchy Mar 1 1990– July 15 2016 2237
Priscilla Kincaid-Smith: World-acclaimed nephrologist-trailblazer for women Nov 30 1926-July 18 2015 2394
Joan Kirner: 1st Woman Premier of Victoria, forever a Feminist Inspiration June 20 1938-June 1 2015 2426
Parveen Rehman: Brave development engineer silenced by assassins’ guns 1957 - March 13 2013 2223
Ruth Lechte: Feminist mentor, environmentalist & peace activist August 8 1932 - September 19 2012 1642
Shulamith Firestone: Feminist author of radical second-wave landmark January 7 1945 - August 28 2012 1872
Rosalie Bertell: Acclaimed author, scientist & environmental activist April 4 1929-June 14 2012 2833
Adrienne Rich: Inspiring radical feminist & poet of unswerving vision May 16 1929 - March 27 2012 4786
Margaret Whitlam: A PM’s feminist wife who inspired generations of women Nov 19 1919 - March 17 2012 2312
Wangari Maathai: Kenya’s visionary for peace, women & the environment April 1 1940 - Sept 25 2011 3930
Mary Daly: Radical US theologian who challenged Catholicism & patriarchy 16 Oct 1928 - 3 Jan 2010 3391
Roberta Sykes: Indigenous Human Rights Activist and Renowned Author Aug 16 1943 - November 14 2010 3639
Natalia Estemirova: Heroic opponent of human rights abuse in Chechnya 28 Feb 1958 - 15 July 2009 2149