International Women's Day t-shirt, 1992. Digital
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
Access. Collection is open for research, with the exception of objects that have been digitized, which are closed.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Su Zi (who produces a poetry zine series called Red Mare) and who was given this t-shirt when she opened for Lydia Lunch at a Women's Day soiree in New Orleans, October 2016 (2016-M187).
Black with red image of two women protesting, a purple woman's symbol with a blue and pink Earth inside, a purple fertility goddess, a pink inverted triangle with purple text over it reading, "March 8, 1992, and a blue box with black text reading, "International Women's Day. Red text at bottom reads, "Refuse & Resist." Background features multiple blue woman power symbols.
31 x 22 inches.
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