In 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified, giving women the right to vote. Sojourner Truth died in 1883 but fought for women, abolition, and for Black women during a time when they were ignored. Grace Lynne Haynes made her debut with The New Yorker with a portrait of Truth to celebrate one hundred years of women's suffrage, and Truth's tenacity to fight for women's rights. This 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle is based on Haynes' work and was originally published on the cover of the New Yorker on August 2nd, 2020. Finished puzzle size is 19.25 x 26.6 inches and is recommended for ages 13 and up. Made in the USA and features a linen style finish to reduce glare. The covers of The New Yorker have entertained and enlightened the magazine's readers for nearly a century. With unmatched visual sophistication and wit, they let no subject escape their scrutiny. A roster of extraordinary artists continues to create indelible images that are infinitely varied in style and tone, whether whimsical, provocative, serene, or laugh-out-loud funny.
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