1973 Pro Roe Shirt Roe V Wade. The feminist movement gained momentum as it became clear that women were being denied the freedom to decide what should happen to their own bodies; as a result, we are now in a position where subsequent generations of women will have this option. When we think that the war is still being fought on a far greater scale in other parts of the globe, it is easy to forget how fortunate we are here in this area of the world.
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What happened in 1973?
During the inaugural National Black Feminist Organization meeting in New York City in 1973, Black women activists realized that many of the mainstream feminist movement’s goals—daycare, abortion, maternity leave, violence—were also important to African American women. African American feminists and white feminists developed an excellent working partnership on certain problems.
European and American feminists had started to contact the budding feminist groups of Asia, Africa, and Latin America by the end of the twentieth century. As this occurred, women in industrialized nations, particularly intellectuals, were astounded to learn that women in certain countries were compelled to wear veils in public or undergo forced marriage, female infanticide, widow burning, or female genital mutilation (FGC).
Many Western feminists quickly saw themselves as saviors of Third World women, unaware that their conceptions of and solutions to societal issues were often at conflict with the actual realities and concerns of women in these places. Only with the coming of European colonization did the position of women in many regions of Africa begin to deteriorate considerably. The idea that patriarchy, rather than European imperialism, was the main issue in those areas appeared ludicrous.
The 1973 Women’s Equality Pro-Roe V Wade shirt is an excellent way to demonstrate your support for women’s rights and the freedom to choose. The black, smooth cotton shirt has a white design that encourages us to keep pushing ahead and fighting for what is right—our health.