Einav Rabinovitch-Fox writes article for theconversation.com

Visiting Professor Einav Rabinovitch-Fox recently wrote and article for theconversation.com titled “How White Became the Color of Suffrage.”

Professor Rabinovitch-Fox traces the use color in early women’s suffrage marches to the recent Trump State of the Union, where female members of congress wore white in homage to suffragists. The article raises the question: is the use of only white (as opposed to the range of colors that represented various things in the woman’s suffrage movement) the best way to honor solidarity?  Read the full article here.