From the City of Pankhurst with Love

In January 2017 Caroline Dyer joined the women's march in Manchester (when Trump was inaugurated). She made a placard to send a message of love and solidarity to all women and girls across the world suffering inequality.

By Lee Isherwood | Last updated 3 December 2018

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Prints of Carolines placard are now for sale raising money for a women’s refuge in Manchester.

On the day lots of people asked to have their photo taken with her sign which created a series of fantastic images across social media. At the end of the rally the placard was left with all the others in Albert Square. Pankhurst made the first step for women in the UK but there is a long journey ahead, both at home and abroad. This placard is a reminder that there is hope for real change.

On International Womens day this year whilst registering herself for an event at The People’s History Museum Caroline realised placard was the poster image for the event.

The placard had been collected by PHM following the rally and is being exhibited as one of their key items in their exhibition ‘Represent!’ marking 100 years since some women got the vote.

Caroline has created 100 limited edition signed and numbered A2 screenprints celebrating Manchester and it’s proud history of women’s rights. They are available in Black on White or White on Brown. Printed on recycled Snowdon cartridge paper 300gsm.

You can purchase prints form the link below and £10 from each sale will go to a local women’s refuge in Manchester.