The Liberator was a weekly abolitionist newspaper published by William Lloyd Garrison in Boston. Garrison quickly gained the reputation of being one of the most radical abolitionists in America. So much so that Southern slavers put what would be a $150,000 in today's money bounty on him. In all, The Liberator never missed a beat, publishing 1,820 issues, and closed down after slavery was abolished.
Garrison spent the rest of his life fighting for women's suffrage. Seemed like the sort of thing we should commemorate with a line of shirts. The graphics for the shirt are taken from the incredible prints, and will be available in a couple different styles.
These shirts are made in America, and shipped factory direct to you from Liberty Maniacs. They're printed on one of America's most beloved t-shirts. They're smooth with a modern cut, and made to last.
• Fine jersey
• Slim fit
• Double stitched
• Made in the USA, sweatshop free
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