Harriet Rosa Shirley Angela Tamika Hoodie Meaning
The hoodie mentions the names of five women: “Harriet Rosa Shirley Angela Tamika” but do you know who they are? I call this design for Black History Month, human rights, and feminism. Because five women featured in this hoodie are superwomen who stood up against slavery, racism, and equality.
So what exactly did these wonderful women do that made people admire them so much? Here’s what we know about them.
Harriet Tubman (born Araminta Ross, c. March 1822 – March 10, 1913) was an African-American humanitarian, anti-slavery activist, and a Federal agent during the American Civil War. She was the fourth child in a family of nine siblings, with both parents being slaves in Dorchester County, Maryland.
In 1849, Tubman left Maryland for Philadelphia to free himself from slavery, working as a domestic worker. After escaping slavery, where she was born, she conducted 13 missions to rescue more than 70 slaves using a network of anti-slavery activists and safe houses called underground railway.
Harriet Tubman’s emancipation career became even more favorable when the Slave Law was passed in 1850, many slaves were helped by her, including her closest relatives: three younger brothers, Ben, Henry, and Robert.
In 1856, she rescued her parents, who were freed but were suspected of helping others escape. As news of Ms. Tubman’s risky liberations spread, emancipation activist William Lloyd Garrison gave Tubman the nickname Moses, after the prophet who led the Jews out of slavery. in Egypt.
There are many reports that in 1861, when the American Civil War (1861 – 1865) broke out, Mrs. Tubman worked as a cook and nurse, before turning to a scout and spy to collect information for the Federal government. from the enemy’s rear. After the war, Ms. Tubman toured East Coast cities giving speeches in support of women’s suffrage, drawing on her experience of fighting against slavery. She became the powerful voice of this movement.
Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African-American activist in the civil rights movement best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott. The US Congress has called her “the first lady for civil rights” and “the mother of the liberal movement”.
On December 1, 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, Parks refused an order from bus driver James F. Blake to vacate a row of four seats in the “colored” section to make room for a white passenger, after when the “white” area had been filled.Parks was not the first to fight discrimination on buses, but NAACP believed she was the best candidate to stand trial after being arrested for civil disobedience in violation of Alabama’s segregation laws, and she helped inspire the black community to boycott Montgomery buses for over a year. Parks’ defiant act and the Montgomery bus boycott became important symbols of the movement.
Shirley Anita Chisholm (née St. Hill; November 30, 1924 – January 1, 2005) was an American politician, educator, and author. In 1968, she became the first black woman elected to the United States Congress, representing New York’s 12th congressional district, a district centered on Bedford-Stuyvesant, for seven terms from 1969 to 1983.
In the 1972 United States Presidential Election, she became the first black candidate to run for President of a major party to be nominated for President of the United States, and the first woman to run for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.
Born in Brooklyn, Chisholm studied and worked in early childhood education, becoming involved in local Democratic Party politics in the 1950s. In 1964, overcoming some resistance as a woman, she was elected to the New York State Assembly. Four years later, she was elected to Congress, where she led the expansion of food and nutrition programs for the poor and became party leader.
She retired from Congress in 1983 and taught at Mount Holyoke College, while continuing her political organization. Despite being nominated as an ambassador in 1993, health problems forced her to withdraw. In 2015, Chisholm was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Angela Davis (born January 26, 1944) is a political activist, academic, and author who has been heavily involved in the civil rights movement in the United States. She is known for her work and influence on racial justice, women’s rights, and criminal justice reform.
Davis is a professor emeritus at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in the school’s Department of History of Consciousness, and a former director of the university’s Department of Feminist Studies. In 1997, Davis co-founded Critical Resistance, an organization that works towards the abolition of prisons, also known by Davis and others as the prison-industrial complex.
Tamika Danielle Mallory (born September 4, 1980) is an American activist. She was one of the leading organizers of the March 2017 Women’s March, for which she and her three other co-chairs were recognized on the Time 100 list that year. Mallory is an advocate for gun control, feminism, and the Black Lives Matter movement.
In 2018, Mallory drew criticism for her attendance at an event along with previous praise for controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, prompting people to call her from He took office in March 2019. Following allegations of anti-Semitism, Mallory left the organization in September 2019, but it was reported that, in accordance with March’s regulations, Mallory simply left after term out, not because of accusations against anti-Semitism.
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