Human Rights

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Title

Human Rights

Language

English

Description

"This artwork is used to represent the idea of women’s rights being human rights. This phrase comes from famous abolitionists and feminists, such as Sarah Moore Grimké, Angelina Weld, and Hillary Clinton. The usage of human rights makes it more inclusive to everyone fighting for equality and is an empowerment to the women’s rights movement. My artwork displays the message of human rights and depiction of the female reproductive system to represent women and their rights."
Hannah Emmons shared with us this link: https://share.america.gov/womens-rights-are-human-rights/
Image Description: Reads "Human Rights" pictured with a female uterus in reference to reproductive rights for women.

Creator

Hannah Emmons

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Embroidered Cloth

Files

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Citation

Hannah Emmons, “Human Rights,” Embroidering for Peace and Memory, accessed November 29, 2021, http://embroidery.unfdhi.org/items/show/195.

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