A reflection of the historical and continued failings of white feminism that doesn’t address intersectionality and the famed female suffragettes like Elizabeth Stanton or Susan B. Anthony, who fought only for the right for white women to vote, referred to black men as “Sambo”, rapists and that they would rather cut off their own arm than give black men or women the right to vote.
When suffragists gathered in Seneca Falls, New York, in July 1848, they advocated for the right of white women to vote and no Black women attended the convention. None were invited.
Giclee Print on ColdPress Matte (Textured) Fine Art Paper, 305 GSM.
Available in 11×14,12×16, 16×20, 24×30 & 30×40″ prints or Original. Unframed.
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