In 1914, six years before women got the right to vote, Helen Hitchcock takes a courageous stand for equal rights and justice. In this captivating photograph, Helen Hitchcock boldly wears a coat with a fur collar and a hat and holds a banner high, bearing the powerful words, "Resistance to Tyranny is Obedience to God." Her choice of message reflects a deep belief in the inherent rights and dignity of all individuals, emphasizing the importance of challenging oppressive systems for the greater good.
This image encapsulates the spirit of the suffragette movement, as Helen Hitchcock fearlessly fights for equality and justice. Her presence serves as a reminder that the pursuit of equal rights requires unwavering determination and a steadfast commitment to challenging societal norms.
Let this photograph inspire us to continue the legacy of suffragettes like Helen Hitchcock, who paved the way for progress and fought tirelessly for a more just and equitable world. May their bravery and resilience embolden us to carry on the fight for equal rights and justice for all.
Helen Hitchcock's face and her banner are just fabulous. I wish I knew more about her experiences as a suffragette.
I just got this in the mail and oh my! I absolutely love it. I can't wait to frame it and hang it.
5 stars review from Jenni
5 stars review from Mfrazier