“I had given up my seat before, but this day, I was especially tired. Tired from my work as a seamstress, and tired from the ache in my heart.”
Dec. 1, 1955. The great Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. By doing what was right, by standing up to inequality and segregation by remaining seated, she became a symbol of strength in the civil rights movement. She lives today as an inspiration. An icon. The galvanizing force for change.
And as part of our Black History Month collection, we celebrate the great Rosa Parks.
Officially licensed by Rosa Parks.
Made in the USA
Specialty crackle ink, designed to wear off giving a vintage look and feel
Color of actual product may vary from photo
Wash with cold water
Hang to dry
Model is 6'1" and wearing size M
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