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Rose went to work at age 13 and by age 21 was organizing labor unions. She spoke about labor issues with Eleanor Roosevelt and was appointed by President Franklin Roosevelt to the National Labor Advisory Board, where she fought to include domestic workers in the new Social Security system and argued for equal wages for female workers. 

Rose Schneiderman, suffragette, activist, leader 1882-1972

  • Ordering and Fabric Information

    These reproductions are printed to order. If you order by the 1st of the month, you will receive your portrait by the 1st of the following month.

    • ​​​​​​100% Silk
    • 12" x 24"
    • Made in USA
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