Honor our ancestors with this 5 x 7 inch postcard featuring a lively pink and light teal portrait of trans rights icon Marsha P. Johnson surrounded by a bouquet of flowers. This postcard is perfect for sending a note of appreciation to your friend or for framing to keep as your own piece of inspiration. The image is accompanied by the following quote:
"Now they got two little nice statues in Chariot Park to remember the gay movement. How many people have died for these two little statues to be put in the park for them to recognize gay people? How many years has it taken people to realize that we are all brothers and sisters and human beings in the human race? I mean how many years does it take people to see that? We're all in this rat race together!"- Marsha P. Johnson
Size: 5x7 inches
This postcard features artwork that was originally made for a series portraits I did of "Revolutionary Trailblazers" as a special 2018 calendar project with West Philadelphia-based gift shop, VIX. Sales from this series help me maintain my monthly donation to Youth United for Change.