"Nobody’s free until everybody’s free”
Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977) was an American voting and women’s rights activist. A child of sharecroppers, she was grew up in poverty in the Mississippi Delta. She became a powerful voice in the Civil Rights Movement, advocating to end literacy tests and discriminatory practices that prevented African Americans from voting. Her passionate speech at the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City on the behalf of civil rights won her national recognition.
Impressive Women™ Series, 3 1/2" Tall by 3 1/2 " Diameter
Created by hand upon order in the MudGirls Studio, you may find slight variations between each piece. These subtle variations are not only the marks of craftswomanship, they, too, are embodiments of perseverance, sisterhood, and accomplishment. These come free with every piece. Will ship within 3-4 weeks.
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