Boricua (Puerto Rican) Feminists Tote Bag with zipper and inside pocket made with recycled cotton

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Boricua (Puerto Rican) Feminists Tote Bag with zipper and inside pocket made with recycled cotton

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recycled cotton

The Boricua Feminists Tote Bag was designed to honor, uplift, and amplify the social justice work of Puerto Rican women.

Fundraiser: **All** proceeds will be donated to the Center for Embodied Pedagogy in Puerto Rico. Learn more about the organization here: www.decolonizepr.com.

Backstory: After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in 2017, I wanted to help raise visibility, awareness, and money. I designed this logo to empower feminists to make their voices heard in the relief efforts. You can read a few posts on why the conditions in Puerto Rico are a feminist issue on my blog www.jessicapabon.com.

Design: The names are listed on one side and the #FeministsforPuertoRico logo and hashtag is printed on the other.

Care: Handwash. Line Dry.

Bag Specs:
• Size: 18"w x 14"w x 4"g
• Handle length: 25"
• Handsewn Black Handle
• 10oz Natural Recycled Cotton Top
• 10oz Cotton Base
• Hanging pocket inside
• Zipper closure

Free Domestic Shipping: I will ship all bags USPS Priority Mail. If you need your bag shipped internationally, please message me!

The Names: Unfamiliar with some of the names? No problem! Here is a starting point for your learning journey:

Lola Rodríguez de Tío: b. 1843
Luisa Capetillo: b. 1879
Pura Belpré b. 1899
Blanca Canales: b. 1906
Lolita Lebrón: b. 1919
Ana Livia Cordero b. 1931
Marta Moreno Vega: b. 1942
Iris Morales: b. 1948
Sylvia Rivera: b. 1951
Sonia Sotomayor: b. 1954
Rosa Clemente: b. 1972
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: b. 1989
The Boricua Feminists Tote Bag was designed to honor, uplift, and amplify the social justice work of Puerto Rican women.

Fundraiser: **All** proceeds will be donated to the Center for Embodied Pedagogy in Puerto Rico. Learn more about the organization here: www.decolonizepr.com.

Backstory: After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in 2017, I wanted to help raise visibility, awareness, and money. I designed this logo to empower feminists to make their voices heard in the relief efforts. You can read a few posts on why the conditions in Puerto Rico are a feminist issue on my blog www.jessicapabon.com.

Design: The names are listed on one side and the #FeministsforPuertoRico logo and hashtag is printed on the other.

Care: Handwash. Line Dry.

Bag Specs:
• Size: 18"w x 14"w x 4"g
• Handle length: 25"
• Handsewn Black Handle
• 10oz Natural Recycled Cotton Top
• 10oz Cotton Base
• Hanging pocket inside
• Zipper closure

Free Domestic Shipping: I will ship all bags USPS Priority Mail. If you need your bag shipped internationally, please message me!

The Names: Unfamiliar with some of the names? No problem! Here is a starting point for your learning journey:

Lola Rodríguez de Tío: b. 1843
Luisa Capetillo: b. 1879
Pura Belpré b. 1899
Blanca Canales: b. 1906
Lolita Lebrón: b. 1919
Ana Livia Cordero b. 1931
Marta Moreno Vega: b. 1942
Iris Morales: b. 1948
Sylvia Rivera: b. 1951
Sonia Sotomayor: b. 1954
Rosa Clemente: b. 1972
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: b. 1989

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DiasporaDespierta made this item with help from

  • Enviro-Tote, Londonderry, NH
DiasporaDespierta made this item with help from:
  • Enviro-Tote, Londonderry, NH