“Dancing Daughters” was the nickname given o the fierce and unapologetic women of the 1920s who challenged societal norms. Though the passage of the 19th amendment finally gave women the right to vote, women’s rights were still limited. The Dancing Daughters, though, rejected those limitations. They entered the workforce, drove cars, and attended jazz clubs by night.
This spirit honors their fighting spirit and says “Cheers” to those brave enough, like The Dancing Daughters, to fight for equality for all.