The movie Suffragette will be in theaters on October 23, so the promotions and interviews where Meryl Streep says unsettling things are ramping up. Suffragette tells the story of London women's campaign for voting rights and the eventual explosive violence that won them. A rebellion, if you will. In one of her most famous speeches from the time, political activist Emmeline Pankhurst said, "I'd rather be a rebel than a slave." In 1913 London, this quote made a big splash. So, in honor of that historic moment, here are a bunch of white ladies from the movie wearing a shirt that says that:

Sources: h/t Colorlines