For Roses Print
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Based on a phrase coined in 1911 by American Suffragette Helen Todd, the song ‘Bread and Roses,’ became a rallying cry amongst trade unionists. It calls for the arts to be accessible to all, not just the wealthy or privileged.
“Small art and love and beauty their drudging spirits knew.
Yes, it is bread we fight for, but we fight for roses too.”
Along with being an amazing part of the Born & Bred Team, Leanne is also a freelance illustrator and artist. A graduate of Ulster University, Belfast, Leanne's work is characterised by flowing lines, bold colours, and a feminist streak a mile wide.
Available in A5 or A3 size.