- Born 30 October, 1875, Woodville Texas United States of America
- Died 29 June, 1951, San Francisco California United States of America
- Occupation Editor, Feminist, Journalist, Pacifist, Poet, Political activist, social activist, Women's rights activist
Jennie Scott Griffiths was a champion of women’s rights and a campaigner in many labour and socialist groups in Australia, Fiji and the United States. She served with Kate Dwyer on the Women’s Anti-Conscription Committee and with Vida Goldstein in the Women’s Peace Army, and also belonged to the Social Democratic League and the Feminist Club.
Jennie contributed to and edited a number of papers and magazines in Australia and the Pacific, including the Australian Woman’s Weekly (editor, 1913-1916), from which she was sacked in 1916 for opposing conscription. Jennie even replaced Dame Mary Gilmore sometimes, as editor of the women’s page of the Australian Worker.
- Trove: Griffiths, Jennie Scott (1875-1951), http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-738084