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Harriet Feminist earrings 18k gold

A pair of shiny feminist earrings in 18k gold about 12mm with nylon back caps.

€ 170
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Harriet after:
Harriet Tubman, originally Araminta Harriet Ross, known as Black Moses or Moses of her People, born around 1822 in Dorchester County, Maryland, died March 10, 1913 in Auburn, New York, was a African-American fighter and slave opponent. She had escaped from life as a slave in which she worked as a maid, with chores like chopping wood, cooking and laundry She was an active abolitionist and gathered information, organized flights, led raids, was a nurse, held speeches and collected money, all for the fight against slavery and racism. In 2016, it was decided that Tubman would be the first black woman on a US dollar bill. Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson with the 20-dollar bills introduced in 2020, when the United States celebrates the 100th anniversary for female voting rights."