Dance of Freedom, 1914

A still from the archival video of Florence Noyes’s Dance of Freedom. Photo courtesy Dawson City Museum and Historical Society Collection, Library and Archives Canada. “Movement was more than a metaphor for the fight for women’s suffrage—dancers played a real role, most notably Florence Fleming Noyes, who performed her riveting solo Dance of Freedom in 1914 to embody the struggle for women’s rights.” quoted from source. | src Dance magazine