Deeds Not Words: Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage
This unusually creative honoring of the 19th Amendment's centennial, which was ratified August 18, 1920, will intrigue and absorb everyone interested in equal rights for all. A meaningful gift or impulse buy, its dazzlingly varied, sometimes troubling, always inspiring artworks reflect the long and continuing fight for equality in democracy.
African American artists and suffragists are recognized as well, since although the 19th Amendment made a huge stride forward for women's rights, in many voting situations that right extended to white women only. All royalties will be shared equally between the New England Quilt Museum and Texas Quilt Museum.
96 pages | Hardcover
By Schaffer Publishing