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Are your Colours Like Their Dreams?

There may not have been an official ‘uniform’ for the women in the suffrage movement, but there were colours that helped the ladies identify each other. GREEN signified HOPE WHITE represented PURITY PURPLE meant DIGNITY/NOBILITY Their American counterparts would adopt GOLD, WHITE, & PURPLE as their colours. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on […]

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Against Their Will

“I shall never while I live forget the suffering I experienced during the days when those cries were ringing in my ears.” from Emmeline Pankhurst’s autobiography Suffragettes would go on hunger strikes in prison where they would be fed forcibly with tubes if they did not comply with the wardresses that worked in the gaol. […]

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Suffrage in the United Kingdom

Emmeline Pankhurst was one of the brave women that fought for equal rights in Edwardian England. Why am I putting a quote of hers on my blog? I have an upcoming publication dealing with those brave women that fought for equal voting rights! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit […]

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