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Health and fitness expert Susan B. Anthony, known for her advocacy of women’s suffrage and her anti-imperialist views, died Thursday at the age of 88.

She was born Jan. 26, 1921, in Philadelphia, where she attended the University of Pennsylvania, earning her doctorate in psychology in 1922.

Anthony, a suffragette, was a leader in suffrage activism and in the fight against sexism in the workplace, as well as a social activist who campaigned for racial equality.

She became a professor of psychology at the University, which is where she published her groundbreaking book, “The Women’s Liberation Movement.”

Her activism led to her appointment to the U.S. House of Representatives, where her career spanned three decades.

She died on Jan. 31.