She Looks Like Me
She Looks Like Me
She Looks Like Me
She Looks Like Me

She Looks Like Me

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©Iman Woods

Every girl deserves to have women to look up to - who represent them. I may not have had idols with brown skin and hard-to-pronounce names, but the next generation can. 

The concept was inspired by Stacey Abrams. Seeing the way she took a heartbreaking loss and with hard work transformed that into helping disenfranchised voters feel included. Incredible. I sought to add other women who have used their voices. Please see below for their names and a brief bio if you would like to learn more!

This framed poster features a smooth, white mat board. A giclee printed on a quality matte paper and framed with a semi-hardwood alder frame from renewable forests.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• Acrylite front protector
• White mat board
• Hanging hardware included
• 21×30cm posters are size A4


Sarah McBride: The first transgender state senator in the country, making her the highest-ranking transgender official in United States history.

Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez: Ocasio-Cortez is among the first female members of the Democratic Socialists of America elected to serve in Congress.  

Deb Haaland: Haaland was the first Native American woman to preside over the U.S. House of Representatives. She will also serve as the first Native American Head of the Interior.

Stacey Abrams: In 2018 she founded Fair Fight Action to address voter suppression. Her efforts boosted turnout among progressives in Georgia, helping save Democracy. 

Kamala Harris: She was the first Indian American to serve as a U.S. senator as well as the second African American woman. And will be the first woman and person of color to serve as vice president!

Ilhan Omar: the first Somali American, first naturalized citizen of African birth, and first woman of color to represent Minnesota in the US Congress. She is also one of the first two Muslim women (with Rashida Tlaib) to serve in Congress.

Rashida Tlaib: The first Muslim woman to ever serve in the Michigan Legislature. She is also one of the first two Muslim women (with Ilhan Omar) to serve in Congress.

Ayanna Pressley: She was the first woman of color ever elected to the Boston City Council. Her career has focused on women and girls and breaking cycles of poverty and violence.