"I demand the independence of woman, her right to support herself; to live for herself; to love whomever she pleases, or as many as she pleases. I demand freedom for both sexes, freedom of action, freedom in love and freedom in motherhood. 1897 During the early 20th century, Emma Goldman toured throughout the country speaking about the importance of birth control in womens lives. In 1916, she was arrested for violating the Comstock Act, a law passed in 1873 banning information about contraception and abortion in the United States."
Fine art print on bright white, matte, ultra smooth archival paper using brilliant Giclee inks to ensure vibrant image quality. Printed on 13" x 19" paper with 1 inch border.
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