No Gods No Masters- Arabic Calligraphy Limited Edition Print
Dimensions: 60 x 90cm
Medium: Ink on paper. Limited Edition Giclee Print of 50 on 220 gsm paper available.
Limited edition print of original calligraphy work.
All prints are sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
You can know more about the artist here: http://www.everitte.org/
No Gods, No Masters was an anarchist and labor slogan that originated in England from a pamphlet handed out by the Industrial Workers of the World.
It was also used during the 1912 Lawrence Textile Strike, consisting of over twenty thousand immigrant workers in Lawrence Massachusetts. The strike ended in at least three casualties, including a Syrian youth who was bayoneted by the militia. The phrase is derived from the French slogan "Ni Dieu ni maître," translating to 'Neither God nor master' coined by a French socialist and political activist Louis Auguste Blanqui in 1880. In 1914, Margaret Higgins Sanger, an American birth control activist, sex educator, writer, and nurse launched the Women Rebel, an eight-page monthly newspaper that promoted contraception using the slogan, " No Gods-No Masters, " insisting that every woman is the mistress of her own body. She went on to popularized the term "birth control," opening the first birth control clinic in the United States and later establishing organizations that later evolved into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
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