A classic, comfortable tee with a modern fit.
• 100% combed cotton for a super soft hand feel.
• Fine jersey
• Slim fit
• Double stitched
• Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
"THE FUTURE IS FEMALE," March Against Media Arrogance (MAMA) participant, New York City, May 10, 1975. Photo by Bettye Lane. In the mid-1970s, Florence Kennedy (not pictured), a pioneering black feminist lawyer, helped focus collective anger toward a prime source of ongoing misrepresentation and oppression: the media. In one article, Kennedy said the media "reflected and projected society's narrow attitudes on issues like lesbianism, racism, sexism, and prostitution." She continued, "One of the mistakes that women in politics make is that they try to please everyone. I guess if you're accustomed to sucking your way to success, I can respect that attitude. But with the media, I am accustomed to biting my way to success." On May 10, 1975, forty-one years ago today, Kennedy led the March Against Media Arrogance (MAMA), which included Gloria Steinem and Bella Abzug, to protest media representation of underrepresented groups. #lgbthistory #lgbtherstory #lgbttheirstory #lgbtpride #queerhistorymatters #haveprideinhistory
If the goods do not correspond to the description, you can return the goods by paying the cost of return shipping, or leave the goods to yourself and negotiate a compensation with the seller. Learn More
|HSP (inches)||28 ¾||29 ¾||30 ¾||31 ¾||32 ¾|