Famous Female Outlaws: Angela Davis

Angela Davis is an activist, scholar, writer, and retired professor at the University of California-Santa Cruz, in the Department of Consciousness. She was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1944, and as a young African-American women she experienced racial prejudice and...

Famous Female Outlaws: Domino Harvey

Domino Harvey (1969-2005) was a British bounty hunter in America. She came from a privileged background with parents in the entertainment business. Her father, Laurence Harvey, was an actor and mother Paulene Stone was a fashion model. Tragedy struck early when...

Famous Female Outlaws: Pearl Hart

Pearl Hart (born as Pearl Taylor) was born in Ontario, Canada in 1871 and earned notoriety by being one of the only women to rob a stagecoach. She had a fairly ordinary upbringing, coming from a middle class family and receiving a good education. Things changed at 17...

Famous Female Outlaws: Grainne Ni Mhaille

Grainne Ni Mhaille, also known by the anglicised version of her name, Grace O’Malley, was an Irish pirate during the 1500s. She was from the Western coast of Ireland and came from a wealthy seafaring family and her father, Eoghan Dubhdara O Maille, was the leader of...

Famous Female Outlaws: Bonnie Elizabeth Parker

Bonnie Elizabeth Parker (1910-1934) was famously known as one half of Bonnie and Clyde, the American duo whose criminal activity and relationship during the Great Depression has been highly romanticised. Bonnie met Clyde Barrow when she was just 19. She was already...

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