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Well Behaved Women

“Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History” is a statement that was made by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, and early American and women historian. This statement describes the brave, inspiring, and revolutionary women in the history who fought for women’s rights and the civil rights.

Women like Harriet Tubman, Angela Davis, Rosa Parks and Coretta Scott King, took a stand for justice and were phenomenal leaders. By purchasing and wearing “Well Behaved Women” paraphernalia, you make a powerful statement and honor women who spoke truth to power

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