Poster, "The Women's Liberation Movement," 1970

Summary

Women had finally won the right to vote by 1919. But they still lacked equal rights with men. In 1923, Alice Paul drafted an Equal Rights Amendment. Revised and updated many times, no official amendment has been approved. For many women in 1970 this poster featuring the female symbol and raised fist conveyed their frustration with inequality.

Women had finally won the right to vote by 1919. But they still lacked equal rights with men. In 1923, Alice Paul drafted an Equal Rights Amendment. Revised and updated many times, no official amendment has been approved. For many women in 1970 this poster featuring the female symbol and raised fist conveyed their frustration with inequality.

Artifact

Poster

Date Made

1970

Subject Date

1970

Creators

Pro Arts, Inc. 

Place of Creation

United States, Ohio, Medina 

Collection Title

Poster Collection 

With Liberty & Justice For All
 On Exhibit

at Henry Ford Museum in With Liberty & Justice for All

Object ID

99.109.80

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Blue
Orange (Color)

Dimensions

Height: 33.375 in

Width: 21.25 in

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