Worcester Women's History Project

The Worcester Women's History Project is a non-profit volunteer organization founded in 1994 to raise awareness of the importance of the first National Woman's Rights Convention and to highlight the role of Worcester -- a center of radical abolitionist activity -- in the early women's rights movement.

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