Wear this All American Mom Brave Independence Day Shirt to celebrate your freedom. This is the ideal shirt for a 4th of July celebration or just hanging out with family, friends, or strangers. Purchase one for yourself or for all the other mothers who adore America.
All American Mom Brave Independence Day Shirt Description
All American Mom Brave Independence Day Shirt Information
|Color||Printed in a Variety of Colors|
|Size||Sizes vary from S to 5XL (depends on style)|
|Style||Unisex Tee, Unisex V-neck, Unisex Hoodie, Long Sleeve Tees, Sweatshirts, Men’s Tank Tops, Women’s Racerback and others.|
|Origin||Made in United States|
Brave mums who changed the world
Hoelun (1100s): Behind every great Empire founder is a mother who would do everything for her children. Her family was doomed, widowed, and exiled away by her tribe as winter approached. Unfazed, Hoelun foraged along the Onon River to feed nine mouths, including Yesukhei, who would become Genghis Khan.
Sojourner Truth (1797–1883): When her 5-year-old kid was unlawfully sold after slavery was abolished, this mom bear’s protective instincts were awakened. She was one of the first black women to successfully sue a white man, then spoke about Christianity, abolition, and women’s suffrage.
Jolanta Sendler (1910-2008): Irena, who had three children, saved 2500 Jewish newborns and children. As a social worker in Nazi-occupied Poland, she smuggled Jewish children to safety, hiding them with trustworthy families or institutions.
Rania (1970-present): Queen Rania of Jordan was bold enough to speak out against child abuse and honor murders. This mother of four campaigns for women’s rights, educational development, and cross-cultural and religious interaction across the globe.
You (present): Your body is permanently transformed by pregnancy (in your belly and in your arms). You quit work to change diapers. You sacrificed time with your infant to work and provide. You kiss boo-boos, assist with schoolwork (even though you’re one step ahead), pray for them, and would do everything to make sure they’re OK. You made a big step by becoming a mother.