The history behind the ‘bread and roses’ theme to the London Women’s March

The history behind the ‘bread and roses’ theme to the London Women’s March
"The worker must have bread, but she must have roses, too." These were the words uttered on April 2, 1911 by a young Polish-born immigrant woman at a meeting at New York's Metropolitan Opera House.  108 years later, the words "bread and roses" are the rallying cry at Women's March ... read more
Source- Mashable.comPublished on 2019-01-18By Rachel Thompson
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