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'A voice for the voiceless'
Kiley O’Brien ’25, Assistant Features Editor • July 18, 2024
Fit to be king
Lilli Dellheim '25 M.A., Special to the Hawk • July 13, 2024

CROSSWORD: Groundbreaking women

Across

3. With six completed novels, she is one of English
literature’s most notable writers, best known for
“Pride and Prejudice.”
4. A poet and civil rights activist who wrote her first
autobiography, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” in 1969.
6. First African American child to desegregate
William Frantz Elementary School in 1960.
7. She defied traditional roles by becoming the first
female plane pilot to fly across the Atlantic Ocean.
8. Award winning vocalist who recently broke the
record for the most Grammy wins of all time; a fan
of hers would be part of the “Beehive.”

Down

1. Founded the National Woman Suffrage Association
alongside Elizabeth Cady Stanton, which helped
lead later advocacy efforts for the 19th Amendment.
2. A member of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer
Team and known in recent years for her fight for
equal pay and treatment for female athletes.
5. A young Swedish environmentalist.
6. Refused to give up her seat to a white man in 1955.

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