never fails to surprise us
with something amazing each day and most recently she's posted a photo on Instagram recreating the classic "We Can Do It!" poster. The portrait, originally created in 1943, featured iconic Rosie the Riveter imagery with a fierce, female wartime worker to help boost morale. The image has since been used to promote feminism
and other political issues.
There's no caption or declared meaning behind the image just yet, but we get the feeling Beyoncé is promoting the message of female empowerment she so often does. Knowing the legacy of Queen Bey, this will likely go viral and be made reproduced onto posters, T-shirts, and every other possible surface.
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