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Ali Cat Leeds

Another beautiful print from Ali Cat Leeds of Entangled Roots Press:

“The radical history of International Working Women’s Day (March 8th) has been systematically watered down to remove class struggle from it’s name, hence the removal of the word “Working.” It appeared as early as 1909 in New York with some 15,000 women marching through the streets demanding shorter hours and better pay and safer working conditions. For International Working Women’s Day 2016 I created a new print which will be an annual series celebrating working women. This years piece celebrates women writers. I highlighted the erasure of the word “working” from the day by using a writers editing symbol to insert the word back into the title.”



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