Google pays tribute to suffragist with stunning Doodle
2018 marks 100 years since some women first got the right to vote in the UK.
And, if you visit Google dot com today, you’ll come face to face with the woman who made it her life’s work to get women the right to vote.
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Today’s Google Doodle pays tribute to Millicent Fawcett, a pioneer of women’s suffrage who played an instrumental role in securing the vote for six million British women over the age of 30 in 1918.
Image: google doodle The doodle was created by Pearl Law, a London-based illustrator and zine-maker. It shows Fawcett leading a march, flanked by fellow suffragists. Read more…More about Uk, Womens Rights, Suffragist, Suffrage, and Culture
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