Christabel Pankhurst - The co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU). In 1905 Christabel interrupted a Liberal Party meeting by shouting demands for voting rights for women. She was arrested and, along with fellow suffragist Annie Kenney, went to prison rather than pay a fine as punishment for their outburst. Their case gained much media interest and the ranks of the WSPU swelled following their trial.
After obtaining her law degree in 1906, Christabel moved to the London headquarters of the WSPU, where she was appointed its organizing secretary. Nicknamed "Queen of the Mob", she was jailed again in 1907 in Parliament Square and 1909 after the "Rush Trial" at Bow Street.