This print, by Tanekeya Word, is an homage to Black women suffragists and the late 19th century Black women who organized the African American Women's Club Movement.
Tanekeya Word is a womanist, visual artist, printmaker, scholar, and art educator. Her work samples the past, remixes the present, and reimagines the future of Blackness through the lens of Black girlhood and womanhood.
The proceeds from this print will be donated to Black Women of Print.
16 x 20". 1 color screenprint. 100 lb French Cover. Open edition.
Du-Good in Unity makes open edition posters to exemplify unified action and positivity. Founders, Leslie Diuguid and Erin Lynn Welsh, annually select women artists to publish works that promote equality. Proceeds raised through print sales go to the artists’ charity of choice.
Du-Good In Unity launched during the January 2018 Women’s March, one year after the inauguration of Donald Trump. Holding a Du-Good in Unity poster at a march or rally means that you support non-profits through the power of art created by women.