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Katrina Pierson













































About Katrina Pierson

Known for her career as an activist for the right-wing Tea Party movement. In November 2015, she began her time as the national spokeswoman for Donald Trump s presidential campaign.


Early life

She graduated with her bachelor s degree in 2008 from the University of Texas at Dallas. She began her career with the Tea Party following the 2008 elections and after having voted for President Barack Obama.


Trivia

In 2014, she unsuccessfully ran for the 32nd district seat in the US House of Representatives race in Texas. She received an endorsement from Sarah Palin.


Family of Katrina Pierson

She gave birth to her son, Christopher, at the age of 20.


Close associates of Katrina Pierson

She has been a vocal supporter of fellow Texan and Tea Party conservative Ted Cruz in past election cycles.





















Madalyn Murray O'Hair













































About Madalyn Murray O Hair

Known pseudonymously as M. Bible, she is remembered for founding and heading a non-profit organization known as American Atheists, as well as for being involved in the famous Murray v. Curlett case, which laid the groundwork for a Supreme Court case called Abington School District v. Schempp that ultimately banned public school-sanctioned reading of the Bible in the United States.


Early life

After completing her undergraduate degree from Ashland University, she enrolled at the South Texas College of Law, but never seriously pursued a legal career.


Trivia

Tragically, in 1995, she, her son Jon, and her granddaughter Robin were tortured and murdered by criminals David Roland Waters, Danny Fry, and Gary Karr.


Family of Madalyn Murray O Hair

The daughter of Lena Scholle and Irv Mays, she grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a member of a Presbyterian family. Following a brief marriage to John Henry Roths, she had relationships with William J. Murray, Jr. and Michael Fiorillo that resulted in sons named William J. Murray III (who became a Baptist minister) and Jon Garth Murray (who joined his mother as a member of the American Atheists).


Close associates of Madalyn Murray O Hair

She and Ed Buckner both held the office of President of the American Atheists.





















Mari Copeny













































About Mari Copeny

American activist, also known as Little Miss Flint, who began fighting on behalf of Flint, Michigan residents ever since the city s 2014 water crisis. She became the youngest Women s March Youth Ambassador and founded the Dear Flint Kids Project.


Early life

She wrote a letter to President Barack Obama to meet with her about the water crisis when she was 8 years old.


Trivia

At age 10, she raised more than $10,000 in two weeks online to provide backpacks for over 1,000 Flint students.


Family of Mari Copeny

She has an older sister named Blair and a younger sister named Havana.


Close associates of Mari Copeny

She stated that one of her biggest role models is Martin Luther King Jr.





















Lilian Tintori













































About Lilian Tintori

Activist most famous for marrying imprisoned Venezuelan politician Leopoldo Lopez. She is known for her criticisms of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and has led several groups in opposition to him. 


Early life

She graduated from Andrés Bello Catholic University in Caracas, Venezuela. 


Trivia

She was a cast member on the reality show Robinson: La Gran Aventura in 2001.


Family of Lilian Tintori

She has children named Manuela and Leopoldo with Leopoldo Lopez. 


Close associates of Lilian Tintori

She received public support from French President Emmanuel Macron after she was barred from leaving Venezuela by the CICPC.





















Josephine Butler













































About Josephine Butler

Remembered for her Victorian-era social reform work on behalf of women and female prostitutes, this activist and evangelical Christian fought to abolish the Contagious Diseases Acts, which were destructive to young, vulnerable women. Also an author, she published works such as The Education and Employment of Women and The Constitution Violated.


Early life

Following the accidental death of her five-year-old daughter, she became involved in Christian and social welfare causes as a means of helping others who were suffering greatly.


Trivia

She played a key role in establishing the North of England Council for Promoting the Higher Education of Women.


Family of Josephine Butler

She grew up in Northumberland, England, as the daughter of Hannah Eliza Annett and John Grey. Her nearly four-decade marriage to George Butler resulted in three sons and one daughter.


Close associates of Josephine Butler

She and fellow Englishwoman Caroline Norton were both nineteenth-century authors, feminists, and social reformers.