People On Paper #2


“Mend Our Injustices”

Representing an issue from the Industrialization that can relateable today.

My cartoon represents how we live in a world where women are torn from their rights. Women tend to be stereotypically advertised in the kitchen, sewing, and are represented as the only caretakers of their children while men do the “real work.” Especially during this era of the Industrial Revolution, women were cut from their freedoms-not receiving their equal share from their hard work along with an education that they rightfully deserves.

Although, through it all, women’s rights have evolved greatly and with all the tough period of times that women have faced, they’ve been able to mend their injustices.


One comment

  1. ColdHands · February 5, 2015

    perfect ! check out my drawings


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