Artist Proofs of protest bandanas: Women's Reproductive Rights

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Artist Proofs of protest bandanas: Women's Reproductive Rights

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Artist proofs: hand-dyed bandana with frayed edges. These all have larger mistakes in design or color. Photos show the entire bandana with a number and an image with a closer view. Choose the corresponding number and color in the menu.

Included is a card with a contraceptive plant key and number within the series.

Symbols portray the evolution of reproductive rights from the time when women foraged for plants to the introduction of the pill; the twelve dancers around a circle of ancient women's rites depicted as protestors from around the world; modern and ancient symbols for women and the vagina. 

A portion of the profits will be donated to BUST Magazine- one of our few remaining feminist publications.

About:

This is the first in a series of unique hand-dyed bandanas depicting social movements and revolutions. Jennifer Maravillas began this scarf in reaction to the election of 2016 in the U.S. Her aim is to create a reminder of the ideals we must uphold and the legacy of work in social progress handed down to us.

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