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✨AUCTION✨ This 24-hr auction starts March 6th at 10am PT and ends March 7th at 10am PT.
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ARTIST: @lizz.redd .
ITEM DESCRIPTION: "A Voice that Blooms"
Voting is a privilege that is fought for. 1965 is the year many African Americans, especially women, were able to vote for the first time. 1965! That's not that long ago. Before the Voting Rights Act of 1965 there were poll taxes, literacy tests and things like having to memorize the entire Constitution, that kept many Blacks for having their voice heard.
As a woman, knowing my right to vote was fought for encourages me to cast my ballot. I hope this brooch inspires someone to exercise their right to vote and strike up some engaging conversations.
A one of a kind piece designed and created by Lizz Redd.
Material - copper
Finished with ProtectaClear.
Shipping: $5 Domestic // Contact artist for international rates