“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” - Audre Lorde

A Woman Living Here Has Registered To Vote Tea Towel

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A Woman Living Here Has Registered To Vote Tea Towel

Regular price $21.00
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This tea towel is inspired by posters from 1920 that women placed in their windows to show passersby that they'd signed up to exercise their newfound right to vote*. The hope was that it would encourage others to do the same. It worked. On November 2, 1920, more than eight million women across the country voted in elections for the first time.

*The 19th Amendment, which passed in 1920, only technically gave all female U.S. citizens the right to vote. In reality, Indigenous and Black Americans of both genders were often prevented from exercising that right then, and for many decades afterward. Even now, the fight continues.

These tea towels are a perfect gift for a friend, or keep them for yourself! Our tea towels are the workhorse of the kitchen. Whether you use them for lint-free dish drying, keeping hands dry, or as a cool vintage style wall hanging - they'll bring a unique splash of color and personality to your kitchen.

Details:

• W 16" x H 24"
• 55% Linen- 45% Cotton Canvas that softens and becomes more absorbent with use
• Folded hem

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