Pauli Murray fought racial, gender, and sexual discrimination her entire life, and her erasure from our history is a travesty. In addition to her progressive politics, it could have been her LGBTQ identity that kept her out of the limelight. Murray identified as both a lesbian and transgender. More “respectable” civil rights activists were afraid she’d make them look too “radical”, or were just biased against LGBTQ people.
Regardless, she helped found the National Organization for Women, wrote a book that Thurgood Marshall called “the Bible for Civil Rights lawyers,” and helped from the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE).
Scent: A complex blend of plumeria, patchouli, sweet orange, amber, and vanilla
Shea butter, coconut oil, olive oil, soybean oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, water, sodium hydroxide, activated charcoal, and color.
approximately 4.8 oz.