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Rachel Barrett (12 November 1874 – 26 August 1953) was a Welsh suffragette and newspaper editor born in Carmarthen. Educated at the University College of Wales in Aberystwyth she became a science teacher, but quit her job in 1906 on hearing Nellie Martel speak of women's suffrage, joined the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) and moved to London. In 1907 she became a WSPU organiser, and after Christabel Pankhurst fled to Paris, Barrett became joint organiser of the national WSPU campaign. In 1912, despite no journalistic background, she took charge of the new newspaper The Suffragette. Barrett was arrested on occasions for activities linked to the suffrage movement and in 1913–1914 spent some time incognito to avoid re-arrest.

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  • Rachel Barrett (12 November 1874 – 26 August 1953) was a Welsh suffragette and newspaper editor born in Carmarthen. Educated at the University College of Wales in Aberystwyth she became a science teacher, but quit her job in 1906 on hearing Nellie Martel speak of women's suffrage, joined the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) and moved to London. In 1907 she became a WSPU organiser, and after Christabel Pankhurst fled to Paris, Barrett became joint organiser of the national WSPU campaign. In 1912, despite no journalistic background, she took charge of the new newspaper The Suffragette. Barrett was arrested on occasions for activities linked to the suffrage movement and in 1913–1914 spent some time incognito to avoid re-arrest.
  • Rachel Barrett (Carmarthen, 12 de novembro de 1874 – Faygate, 26 de agosto de 1953) foi uma sufragista galesa e editora de jornal. Educada na University College of Wales, em Aberystwyth, ela se tornou professora de ciências, mas largou o emprego em 1906. Ao ouvir Nellie Martel falar do sufrágio feminino, juntou-se à Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) e se mudou para Londres. Em 1907, se tornou uma organizadora da WSPU, e depois que Christabel Pankhurst fugiu para Paris, Barrett tornou-se uma organizadora conjunta da campanha nacional da WSPU. Em 1912, apesar de não ter formação jornalística, assumiu o comando do novo jornal The Suffragette. Barrett foi presa por atividades ligadas ao movimento sufragista e em 1913–1914 passou algum tempo incógnita para evitar uma nova prisão.
  • Rachel Barrett (Carmarthen, 12 de noviembre de 1874 - Sussex, 26 de agosto de 1953) fue una sufragista y editora de periódicos galesa. Educada en el University College of Wales en Aberystwyth, se convirtió en profesora de ciencias, pero dejó su trabajo en 1906 al escuchar a Nellie Martel hablar sobre el sufragio femenino, y se unió a la Unión Social y Política de las Mujeres (WSPU por sus siglas en inglés) y se trasladó a Londres. En 1907 se convirtió en organizadora de la WSPU y, después de que Christabel Pankhurst huyera a París, Barrett se convirtió en organizadora conjunta de la campaña nacional de la WSPU. En 1912, a pesar de no tener experiencia periodística, se hizo cargo del nuevo periódico The Suffragette. Barrett fue arrestada en ocasiones por actividades relacionadas con el movi
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  • Faygate, Sussex, England
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