✍️ The Design: In 1919, the National Woman’s Party led by Alice Paul began sewing stars on a giant purple, white, and gold flag. Each time a state ratified the Nineteenth Amendment, a new star would be sewn on the flag. There was room on the National Woman’s Party flag for 36 stars, symbolizing the number of state ratifications required for the amendment to become law. - National Parks Service
🏴 3' x 5' flag with grommets and double stitched edges to reduce fraying.
🧵 Our flags are durable 200D polyester (most flags you'll find on the internet are cheap ~75D). In our testing, we selected 200D as the perfect flag material; anything heavier doesn't fly well and the "back" doesn't get enough ink, anything lighter feels cheap and wont last very long.
🏳️ Each flag is folded by hand on our dining room table and ready to be used on a flag pole, boat, hung on a wall, or to proudly march with.
🌏 Created and shipped in the most Earth-conscious way we can.
🤝 The Flags For Good Promise: At the end of each month, we will donate a portion of the sale of each flag to The Global Fund For Women. In the past, they have supported feminist movements and grassroots organizers to end civil wars, gotten female Presidents elected, and secured laws giving new protection to millions. They fund bold, ambitious, and expansive gender justice movements to create meaningful change that will last beyond our lifetimes.
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