12.5" x 19"
This print was created in collaboration with Constance. It's based on a 2" button from 1971 that was purchased at a sale in the Black Pearl neighborhood.
In 1971 Civil rights activist Dorothy Mae Taylor is the first African American woman elected to Louisiana Legislature. She fought for criminal justice reform, public school desegregation, and the desegregation of Mardi Gras Carnival Krewes.
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