American Masters

Helen Keller the suffragist [Audio Description]

Clip: 10/19/2021 | 59s | Video has closed captioning.

Helen Keller was a social activist and suffragist, lending her name to the labor movement and the women's movement. "This inferiority of woman is man-made," she said in a speech in 1916.

Aired: 10/19/21

Rating: NR

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