Great-niece of the famous suffragist, Susan B. Anthony II found that her famous name both constricted her and opened doors. Her own life is fascinating. A graduate of the University of Rochester, she was a journalist and communist in 1940s Washington DC, a radio host in New York, a journalist in Key West, and the wife of a pimiento farmer in 1950s Jamaica before she embarked on a nine-year struggle to regain her citizenship after her communist past caught up with her. A recovered alcoholic, she founded a facility for women alcoholics. She converted to Roman Catholicism, received a PhD in religion. She was a feminist and a campaigner for peace. There is so much to know about this amazing woman. Please sign up for this class if you plan to join in person.