Nevertheless She Persisted
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Fruit of the Loom's Basic Women Tee is a classic! No matter what the occasion, the relaxed fit is perfect for everyone! Also, with it being available in the Fruit of the Loom family of tees with the Unisex Basic and Youth Basic, it's ideal for Group Orders! Get a tee for everyone!
This item qualifies for special group pricing.
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Sizing and Material Notes:
- Midweight 5.0 oz, 100% preshrunk cotton
- Athletic Heather is 90/10 cotton/poly blend
- High density fabric for exceptional print clarity
- Tear away label
- Classic ladies styling with a feminine neckline, sleeves and fit
- Side-seamed and slightly contoured for a flattering fit
- Seamed 1x1 rib collar with two-needle cover-stitching on front neck
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Two-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom
- All measurements are provided by garment vendor; vendor tolerance for all measurements is +/-10%
- All provided measurements are in inches
- Body Width is measured 1" below armholes
- To get an accurate size, your best bet is to find a like item you own and love at home, lay it flat, measure it in inches then match those measurements to the manufacturer's recommended Size Chart.
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This quote is directly from the mouth of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as he silenced the voice of Senator Elizabeth Warren. The Senator from Massachusetts was debating against the nomination of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, and she was preparing to read the letter that Coretta Scott King (the widow of Martin Luther King) wrote about Sessions in 1986. Sessions had participated in voter suppression of elderly black voters in Alabama and the letter was sent to congress in an effort to reject Sessions as a nominee to the federal bench. Indeed, Sessions was not confirmed. This letter is part of the congressional record and Mitch McConnell wanted to suppress it. About Senator Warren, McConnell said: “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.” Well, guess what, Mitch? You just coined a phrase. And we will wear this phrase across our chests. We're taking it back. It's ours now. And we will #LetLizSpeak!
Custom Text: SHE WAS WARNED | SHE WAS GIVEN | AN EXPLANATION | NEVERTHELESS | SHE PERSISTED