Emmeline Pankhurst, a true Shero. The printed texts are her own quotes.
As they may appear small on an A4 print, a copy is sent with the print.
“I had to get a close-hand view of the misery and unhappiness of a man made world, before I reached the point where I could successfully revolt against it.”
“I would rather be a rebel than a slave.”
“We have to free half of the human race, the women, so that they can help to free the other half."
“It is obvious to you that the struggle will be an unequal one, but I shall make it - I shall make it as long as I have an ounce of strength left in me, or any life left in me.”
“Once they are aroused, once they are determined, nothing on earth and nothing in heaven will make women give way; it is impossible.”
“You must make women count as much as men; you must have an equal standard of morals; and the only way to enforce that is through giving women political power so that you can get that equal moral standard registered in the laws of the country. It is the only way.”
“Trust in God - she will provide.”
“The Government must not think that they can stop this agitation. It will go on...We are here not because we are law-breakers; we are here in out efforts to become law-makers.”
“I am what you call a hooligan”
“If men will not do us justice, they shall do us violence.”
The other words are added by me -
I rise myself, I rise us all.
Together we can do anything.
We’re up and we are coming.
Time’s up, the women are back.
Support your sisters
Purity Hope Dignity Success VoiceVotes for women
Professional quality art reproduction from an original oils and mixed media painting by Magenta Wise. Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl 285gsm paper with giclee archival inks. This is A4 size, including borders and can be fitted into a standard A4 frame, or you can trim and frame it to your taste. Custom sizes are available on request. Open edition. Signed on the back. Paper size - 29.7 x 21 cms. (11.7 x 8.3 inches.) approx. No extra shipping on multiple orders.
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