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  1. Dora Russell, 1922, fotografiert von Lady Ottoline Morrell. Dora Winifred Russell, geborene Black (* 3. April 1894 in Thornton Heath; † 31. Mai 1986 in Porthcurno) war eine britische Autorin, Feministin und politische Aktivistin. Sie war von 1921 bis 1935 mit Bertrand Russell verheiratet.

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    Dora Winifred Russell, Countess Russell (née Black; 3 April 1894 – 31 May 1986) was a British author, a feminist and socialist campaigner, and the second wife of the philosopher Bertrand Russell. She was a campaigner for contraception and peace.

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  3. Dora Russell was a feminist, pacifist, and humanist who rejected the Christian beliefs of her childhood and studied history and philosophy at Girton College, Cambridge. She was the wife of Bertrand Russell, a philosopher and Nobel laureate, and the mother of the socialist politician and writer Mary. She founded Beacon Hill School, a progressive school for children, and campaigned for women's reproductive rights and social reform.

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    Dora Winifred Russell 3. April 1894 in Thornton Heath; † 31. Mai 1986 in Porthcurno) war eine britische Autorin, Feministin und politische Aktivistin. Sie war von 1921 bis 1935 mit Bertrand Russell verheiratet. Kindheit und Studium. Dora Black wurde am 3. April 1894 in Thornton Heath, London als zweites von vier Kindern in eine Familie der ...

  5. 30. Apr. 2014 · “Woman loves sex and loves children.” These six words, written in 1927 in The Right to Be Happy, sum up the passions that drove the life and politics of Dora Russell (1894–1986), British feminist, sex radical, progressive educator, peace activist, and second wife of the philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell.

  6. Dora Russell (1894-1986) was a key figure in the campaign to secure a place for birth control within the programme of the British Labour Party during the 1920s.