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She had a close personal relationship with the Labour politician Keir Hardie.On 1 November 1913, Pankhurst showed her support in the Dublin Lockout and spoke at a meeting in London.Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst (she later dropped her first forename) was born at Drayton Terrace, Old Trafford, Manchester, a daughter of Dr Richard Pankhurst and Emmeline Pankhurst, who both later became founding members of the Independent Labour Party and were much concerned with women's rights.Sylvia and her sisters, Christabel and Adela, attended Manchester High School for Girls, and all three became suffragists.When the leadership of the CPGB proposed that Pankhurst hand over the Workers Dreadnought to the party she revolted.As a result she was expelled from the CPGB and moved to found the short-lived Communist Workers Party.She applied her artistic talents on behalf of the WSPU, devising its logo and various leaflets, banners, and posters as well as the decoration of its meeting halls.
She spent much of her later life agitating on behalf of Ethiopia, where she eventually moved.In this article she highlighted the potential role of what she called Household Soviets – "In order that mothers and those who are organisers of the family life of the community may be adequately represented, and may take their due part in the management of society, a system of household Soviets shall be built up." The CP(BSTI) was opposed to parliamentarism, in contrast to the views of the newly founded British Socialist Party which formed the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) in August 1920.The CP(BSTI) soon dissolved itself into the larger, official Communist Party, but this unity was short-lived.During the First World War Sylvia Pankhurst was horrified to see her mother Emmeline and her sister Christabel become enthusiastic supporters of the war drive and campaign in favour of military conscription.She was opposed to the war, and was publicly attacked in the newly renamed WSPU newspaper Britannia.
In 1915, Pankhurst gave her enthusiastic support to the International Women's Peace Congress, held at The Hague.