Donation: Feminist Authors Tote - Philadelphia Printworks


100% of the proceeds of this item will be donated to the Asian American Federation, which advocates for better policies, services, and funding that lead to more justice and opportunity for Asian immigrants, one of New York City’s poorest and most underserved communities. 

bell hooks
Ntozake Shange 
Toni Morrison 
Gloria E. Anzaldúa
Sonia Sanchez
Audre Lorde
Zora Neale Hurston
Zadie Smith
Lucille Clifton
Alice Walker

These women are all amazing writers who have added to the discussion of feminism, racism, and sexism through their fiction and non-fiction literary works. It's impossible to include every name, but for those who want to learn more, this list is a great place to start.

This design is a part of The Lavender Collection, a collaboration between Philadelphia Printworks and Diata Crystal that highlights Feminist women of color.  

Hand printed in Philadelphia | Liberty Bags Brand | 12.0 oz., 100% cotton canvas | Dimensions: 15" x 19½" x 5" | 22" handles | Reinforced bottom

Why We Love It

 “We live in a strange and terrible time for women. There are days when I think it has always been a strange and terrible time to be a woman.”

― Roxane Gay

More About Philadelphia Printworks

Philadelphia Printworks is a social justice heritage brand and screen printing workshop founded in 2010 by Maryam Pugh and Ruth Perez. Through the sale of their products, they support local and national organizations doing work in the areas of food security, police brutality, immigrant rights, lgbqt+ rights, mass incarceration, and more.  In 2020, they raised over $37,000 for grass-root and non-profit organizations and paid over $50,000 to black, brown, and/or lgbqt+ creatives.