Women's status can be measured by a culture's knowledge of and respect for women's history. In the U.S., women's history is rarely taught outside of college. Women currently comprise a pathetic 2% of persons mentioned in U.S. history books. It's up to women to learn and spread the virtually taboo knowledge of our foresisters. The products below feature graphics from the Great Woman's Suffrage Parade of 1913, as well as an updated feminist slogan from that era. (How Long Must Women Wait for Liberty?)
Alice Paul and the National Woman's Party activists waged a brave campaign for women's right to vote, as seen in the film, Iron Jawed Angels. We should remember the women who fought so very hard for our equality.