Originally published 02/08/2018
The U.K. marks the 100th anniversary of British women gaining the right to vote. While it may seem like distant history, the centenary is a cause for both celebration and reflection on the parallels between international women’s movements of the past and of the present.
Originally published 10/05/2015
The cinematic figure of the suffragette has been limited to the comic Mrs. Banks, the mother in Mary Poppins – until now.
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