Intersectional feminism is key. Artist Valentin Brown reimagines the famous Rosie The Riveter iconography.

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"We Can Do It!" is an American wartime propaganda poster produced by J. Howard Miller in 1942 for Westinghouse Electric as an inspirational image to boost worker morale. The model for the poster is generally thought to be a black-and-white wire service photograph taken of a Michigan factory worker named Geraldine Hoff.

is a WW II era American wartime propoganda poster produced by J. Howard Miller in 1943 for Westinghouse Electric as a tool to boost worker morale.

“Rosie the Riveter” Poster, 1943 | 12 Powerful Images Of Women In The Labor Movement

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Howard Miller’s World War II famous “We Can Do It” propaganda poster (commonly known as the “Rosie the Riveter” poster) is an example of a design whose meaning has become misconstrued over time, as reported by FIDM Graphic Design Student, Sara Berkes.

Life magazine cover photo of August 9, 1943 shows steelworker Ann Zarik at work with her torch.

A female steel worker welds a steel plate at the Gary Armor Plate Plant of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, Gary, Indiana, 1943 ~

Rosie the Riveter, a U.S. cultural icon representing the American women who worked in factories during WWII

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Rosie the Riveter, the original from This ad was created by J. Howard Miller for Westinghouse Electric. It was designed to boost morale during wartime as women took over jobs vacated by men.

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Rosie the Riveter 1944 World War II Not bettie page or ww.but still in the awesome lady category!

"We Can Do It" poster by J. Howard Miller (1942).  NOTE: It was a year later, 1943, when Normal Rockwell painted his famous "Rosie the Riveter."

We Can Do It! (Rosie the Riveter)

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One of the major re-occurrences in Paradise Lost is portraying Adam as a much stronger human being than Eve. Even is portrayed as emotional and irrational, while Adam is sensible.

Nora is not the ideal woman because she lies to her husband. She lets her husband treat her as if she were a child. She does not think about the consequences of what she does.

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Rosie the Riveter easily ranks among the most famous poster incarnations. This fierce lady inspired American women to contribute to the war effort by working in munitions factories.

We Can Do It! (Rosie the Riveter) Poster by J. Howard Miller at

We Can Do It! (Rosie the Riveter)

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Propaganda example is Rosie the Riveter became a cultural icon in the United States during World War II, representing the American women who worked in factories producing munitions and other war supplies.