Gloria E. Anzaldúa
Zora Neale Hurston
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
“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
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