The Phenomenal Woman Campaign Pops Up This Weekend In SF & Oakland

The Phenomenal Woman Campaign Pops Up This Weekend In SF & Oakland
Photo courtesy of Daniel Lee

Photo courtesy of Daniel Lee

What it means to be a "leading lady" in today's society has become incredibly blurred.

The Phenomenal Woman Campaign has struck the Bay Area in such a way that it's being compared to the NOH8 campaign of years past. Yes, pictures included. Started by the niece of senator Kamala Harris, Meena Harris' movement aims at bringing women up to the latter of their male counterparts. Whether she is engineering, leading, making, she always has a seat at the table.

The movement has made waves around the nation and now it's laying it's roots down in San Francisco and in Oakland for a March 18th - 19th photo-op. Only when you purchase a shirt from their site, you can be apart of the tribe that has many news outlets talking. While the fact that 100 percent of the proceeds are going to women's organization, it doesn't hurt to see stars like Issa Rae and Ferrera rocking them. At $32 with sizes ranging from small to XXL, they're basically the perfect way to use fashion and style to make a difference.

By wearing this t-shirt, you're also raising funds for the critical advocacy work that's being done on the ground by the following fearless women's organizations:

  • EMERGE AMERICA
  • EMILY'S LIST
  • ESSIE JUSTICE GROUP
  • GIRLS WHO CODE
  • NARAL PRO-CHOICE AMERICA
  • PLANNED PARENTHOOD
  • THE UNITED STATE OF WOMEN.

// Mar. 18th & 19th, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sat and 12 p.m - 6 p.m. Sun, 522 Octavia St, Hayes Valley, seldomseen.co

Sisterhood is powerful. Omaze.com/woman Photo by @msayles

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