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40 Influential Black Women in History Sweatshirt

Ideal for any situation, a unisex heavy blend crewneck sweatshirt is pure comfort. These garments are made from polyester and cotton. This combination helps designs come out looking fresh and beautiful. The collar is ribbed knit, so it retains its shape even after washing. There are no itchy side seams on these sweaters.

.: 50% Cotton 50% Polyester
.: Medium-heavy fabric (8.0 oz/yd² (271.25 g/m²))
.: Loose fit
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size

This clipart collection celebrates the achievements of 40 famous African-American women in History who contributed to the advancement of Black people in their own way.

The iconic Black women that are featured in this design includes:

-Alice Ball: chemist; developed first successful treatment for leprosy

-Alma Woodsey Thomas: painter and art educator

-Althea Gibson: tennis player; first black athlete to cross the color line of tennis

-Angela Davis: political activist, academic, and author

-Audre Lorde: writer, feminist, womanist, librarian, and civil rights activist

-Augusta Savage: sculptor associated with the Harlem Renaissance

-Bessie Coleman: pilot; first Black woman to hold a pilot license

-Charlotte E. Ray: first Black American female lawyer in the United States

-Dominique Dawes: first Black woman to join the National Gymnastics Team

-Ella Fitzgerald: jazz singer dubbed “the First Lady of Song” + “the Queen of Jazz”

-Florence Griffith Joyner: gold medalist; considered the fastest woman of all time

-Gwen Ifill: award-winning journalist, television newscaster, and author

-Gwendolyn Brooks: writer, poet

-Harriet Tubman: abolitionist and political activist

-Ida B. Wells: journalist, educator, leader in the Civil Rights Movement

-Josephine Baker: singer, dancer

-Julie Dash: film director, writer, producer

-Katherine Johnson: NASA mathematician featured in “Hidden Figures”

-Lorna Simpson: photographer and multimedia artist

-Mae Jemison: first Black woman to travel in space

-Mahalia Jackson: gospel singer

-Mamie Phipps Clark: social psychologist

-Marcelite Harris: first Black female general officer of the United States Air Force

-Marian Anderson: one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century

-Mary Bowser: Union spy during the Civil War

-Mary Eliza Mahoney: first African American to work as a nurse in the US

-Maya Angelou: poet, singer, memoirist, and civil rights activist

-Nichelle Nichols: groundbreaking television actress

-Nina Simone: singer, pianist, and activist in the Civil Rights Movement

-Octavia E. Butler: award-winning science fiction writer

-Oprah Winfrey: talk show host, television producer, actress, author, and philanthropist. 

-Phillis Wheatley: first published African-American female poet

-Raven Wilkinson: first Black woman to dance for a major classical ballet company

-Rebecca Lee Crumpler: first Black woman to become a physician in the US

-Rosa Parks: civil rights activist known for her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott

-Ruby Bridges: first Black child to desegregate an all-White elementary school

-Shirley Chisholm: first Black woman elected to the United States Congress,

-Sojourner Truth: abolitionist and women's rights activist

-Wilma Rudolph: gold medalist; acclaimed the fastest woman in the world

-Zora Neal Hurston: influential author of African-American literature 

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