Mass march marks 100 years of women’s vote

Women in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, and London donned the colors of the suffragette movement – green, white and violet – as part of a mass procession.

One hundred female artists worked with local communities to create banners for the marches in the four cities.

The protest banners bear messages about equality.


The Representation of the People Act, 1918 granted property-owning British women over age 30 the right to vote.

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