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League of Women Voters of Illinois
TIME commissioned several iconic images from early women’s suffrage history to be colorized in honor of International Women’s Day. “The colors are particularly important: the flags and outfits of early suffragists (and supporters of progress for women today) used colors to represent the ideals they valued. Purple for loyalty, green for hope, gold for light and life — and white, one of the most commonly seen colors in the suffrage movement, for purity of both person and purpose”.
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March 09, 2017 at 08:24AM