The Cora di Brazzà Foundation utilized "Projection Mapping" technology to map/project a digital narrative about the Women's Equality Movement onto replicas of Adelaide Johnson's "Portrait Monument." The entire narrative can be viewed below. Archival research was conducted by Dr. Hope Elizabeth May.
At 8 minutes and 26 seconds, symbolizing the day on which the 19th Amendment took effect (August 26, 1920), the digital narrative of "Forward Into Light" contains numerous pictures and video from several different archives, including those of the National Woman's Party (held by the Library of Congress). Learn more about some of the stories in this narrative below. To understand these stories is to see that the Portrait Monument is a story about the erasure of important stories and persons, and the work that needs to be done to bring these hidden treasures forward and upward into consciousness.