"Through intertwined stories about women from three periods"Women's Work: Electoral Rights Movements 1848–1965»Tells the story of the movements that led to the ratification of the 19th amendment, which gives women the right to vote, and the adoption of the Voting Rights Act in 1965, which helped to ensure voting rights for minorities. Rather than squeezing individual stories into an ideal line of progress, this comic explores the diversity and cyclical nature of this struggle.
History will remain in studies and history, but elements of magical realism will visualize and exaggerate the main themes in the history of popular suffrage and solve racist overtones, feuds and female stereotypes perpetuated in the struggle for suffrage. The comic will look at what is lost when erasing nuances for the sake of political expediency, and will remind us that “Women's suffrage” was not an inevitable sign of progress. Women fought, lost, fought, won and fought again, "- artist Kaitlin Kass, 2019.