Canva tote bag that says "We Who Believe in Freedom: Black Femininst DC" (exhibiton logo) and the logo of the National Women's History Museum (a "W" with name spelled out).

"We Who Believe in Freedom" Book Bag

Pick up a copy of A Voice from the South by Anna Julia Cooper or Homegirls: A Black Feminist Anthology edited by Barbara Smith and carry them in our special canvas tote bag inspired by our new exhibition, We Who Believe in Freedom: Black Feminist DC. Your purchase of this 15in x 16in natural canvas bag directly supports our programs, educational resources, and more.

We Who Believe in Freedom: Black Feminist DC focuses on the stories and voices of Black feminist organizers and theorists—including Anna Julia Cooper, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Mary Treadwell, and Nkenge Touré—whose expansive work made a difference in the lives of Black women in their Washington, DC communities and for all people throughout the United States. Standing at the intersection of race, class, and gender, Black feminists fought for a definition of freedom and liberation that extended beyond their individual circumstances—work that remains unfinished today.