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After the Roses

It is very important to us to create a dynamic memorial that extends the history, engages our present and teaches us how to preserve our vote and our democracy.

We will create a Time Line leading through the 75 years of the generations of Suffragists celebrating their courage, perseverance and unique individuality.

We will create sculptures of 12 of the outstanding women along the Time Line and surrounding the Gathering Space which is at the 1920 end of the procession. There will be a Speaker’s Platform, a place for the voice that the Suffragists fought so hard throughout their lives.

The Figures will be larger than life and transparent to preserve the open landscape of Cambridge Common. The photos of their faces will be fused into glass that show their unique personality. The sunlight and night lighting will make the faces glow.


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