These three wise women were activists who fought for human rights. Pack of six Christmas cards with envelopes. 10% of the income from these cards will be donated to support women in Palestine. More info about these women on the back of each card. Helen Keller was the first deaf-blind person to get a BA degree. She travelled the world as an advocate for people with disabilities and campaigned for women’s suffrage, workers’ rights and other causes. Mum Shirl was known as the black saint of Redfern, Sydney. A Wiradjuri woman, she was a social worker who was committed to justice for Aboriginal Australians and who fought for land rights and equality. Yayori Matsui was a Japanese journalist who campaigned for women’s rights and wrote about gender inequality, particularly raising awareness of sex tourism in post-war Asia.
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SKU: card-07015cm x 10cm
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