Women's March 2020 "Full Speed Ahead" T-Shirt $19!

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In celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States, all Women's March 2020 t-shirts are $19! The Women's March is scheduled for January 18, 2020.

Please see the important ordering info below:


  • Printed when ordered. Normally arrives in 10 days, but PLEASE allow up to 3 weeks for delivery due to the busy holiday season. Dec. 10th is the last day to order to receive in time for Christmas.
  • Unisex shape, crew neck, short sleeve
  • 100% ring-spun combed cotton, breathes & drapes nicely.
  • Machine washable, do not bleach or wring
  • Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage
  • 3 colors: black, white, and charcoal -  Please hover over the color choices all.
  • Sizes: Small thru 4X
  • Stay warm with a long-sleeve shirt underneath. Looks great!
  • Printed in and shipped from the US 
  • $19 + FREE SHIPPING IN THE US! ~ For OUTSIDE OF US ONLY: $4.00 discount code: ELSEWHERE
  • NOTE: Please check the sizing chart! These are created when purchased specifically for you and are NOT RETURNABLE unless they are damaged upon arrival.

  • A Little Herstory...

    The 19th Amendment of the United States, giving women the right to vote was passed by Congress in June of 1919 and ratified more than a year later in August of 1920. Yet, even though the amendment entitled all women (over 21) to vote, state and local legislation often created barriers for women of color. The problem still exists in some areas today where district boundaries are moved and voting laws manipulated or restricted. We must achieve voting access for all!

    The SHIRT:

    Therefore, we must continue to power through. Wearing the cape of our hard-earned voting rights by our grandmothers, we go "full speed ahead" as we break glass ceilings and gain equal respect for ALL. We're not going to wait another hundred years. Wearing this pin is a commitment to do so.

    Here are some FAQs and explanations about the 19th Amendment and the long arch of equality:

    https://www.2020centennial.org/faq#q6

    https://slate.com/human-interest/2016/08/hillary-clinton-and-the-myth-of-the-19th-amendment.html


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