Lest We Forget: Tributes to Feminist Treasures Departing Mother Earth 2005 -
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Betty Cuthbert: Champion Athlete & Champion Woman who inspired generations April 20 1938-Aug 6 2017 40
Qandeel Baloch: Pakistan's unique feminist, slain for defying patriarchy Mar 1 1990– July 15 2016 660
Priscilla Kincaid-Smith: World-acclaimed nephrologist-trailblazer for women Nov 30 1926-July 18 2015 1349
Joan Kirner: 1st Woman Premier of Victoria, forever a Feminist Inspiration June 20 1938-June 1 2015 1352
Parveen Rehman: Brave development engineer silenced by assassins’ guns 1957 - March 13 2013 1787
Ruth Lechte: Feminist mentor, environmentalist & peace activist August 8 1932 - September 19 2012 1181
Shulamith Firestone: Feminist author of radical second-wave landmark January 7 1945 - August 28 2012 1344
Rosalie Bertell: Acclaimed author, scientist & environmental activist April 4 1929-June 14 2012 1789
Adrienne Rich: Inspiring radical feminist & poet of unswerving vision May 16 1929 - March 27 2012 3656
Margaret Whitlam: A PM’s feminist wife who inspired generations of women Nov 19 1919 - March 17 2012 1638
Wangari Maathai: Kenya’s visionary for peace, women & the environment April 1 1940 - Sept 25 2011 2861
Mary Daly: Radical US theologian who challenged Catholicism & patriarchy 16 Oct 1928 - 3 Jan 2010 2640
Roberta Sykes: Indigenous Human Rights Activist and Renowned Author Aug 16 1943 - November 14 2010 2639
Natalia Estemirova: Heroic opponent of human rights abuse in Chechnya 28 Feb 1958 - 15 July 2009 1633
Sitara Achakzai: Fearless campaigner for Afghan women’s rights & peace 1956 - 12 April 2009 1487
Marilyn French: Inspiring feminist author November 21 1929 - May 2 2009 2928
Uma Singh: Inspirational Nepali journalist murdered for her courageous truth 1983 - January 11 2009 2904
Dorothy Porter: Unique, feisty, passionate & generous poet March 26 1954 - December 10 2008 3179
Miriam Makeba: Mother to struggle against Sth Africa’s apartheid regime March 4 1932 - Nov 10 2008 4403
Zakia Zeba Abidi: Gentle, generous & brilliant feminist scholar 1930s - January 28 2008 2524