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- Price: $25.00
- Product Code: SHERO
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The ultimate #squadgoals. Our SHERO tee features a few of our favorite women in recent history.
Malala Yousafzai- Malala Yousafzai was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan. As a child, she became an advocate for girls' education, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her. On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala when she was traveling home from school. She survived, and has continued to speak out on the importance of education. She was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2013. In 2014, she was nominated again and won, becoming the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Learn more here.
Ruby Bridges- Born on September 8, 1954, in Tylertown, Mississippi, Ruby Bridges was 6 when she became the first African-American child to integrate a white Southern elementary school, having to be escorted to class by her mother and U.S. marshals due to violent mobs. Bridges' bravery paved the way for continued Civil Rights action and she's shared her story with future generations in educational forums. Learn more here.
Gloria Steinem- Gloria Steinem was born March 25, 1934, in Toledo, Ohio. She became a freelance writer after college and grew more and more engaged in the women's movement and feminism. She helped create both New York and Ms. magazines, helped form the National Women's Political Caucus, and is the author of many books and essays. A breast cancer survivor, Steinem celebrated her 80th birthday in 2014. Learn more here.
Dorothy Height ("The Godmother of the Civil Rights Movement)- Born in Virginia in 1912, Dorothy Height was a leader in addressing the rights of both women and African Americans as the president of the National Council of Negro Women. In the 1990s, she drew young people into her cause in the war against drugs, illiteracy and unemployment. The numerous honors bestowed upon her include the Presidential Medal of Freedom (1994) and the Congressional Gold Medal (2004). She died on April 20, 2010, in Washington, D.C. Learn more here.
Garment details and fit:
Each tee is screen printed by hand on Kavio short sleeve jersey tees. These tees are cozy, comfortable and your little one will be ready to change the world in their new favorite tee. We find that these tees run true to size but whenever in doubt we suggest sizing up for longer wear. Tees are a modern, slim fit and are made with a super soft ring-spun combed cotton blend ( Jersey 30/1, 60% cotton 40% polyester).
Turn garment inside out and machine wash with cold water, no bleach, and tumble dry low. If iron is needed be sure to to turn shirt inside out prior to ironing.
Garment is not intended for sleep wear.
Design by Shay Cochran of Salty Paper