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WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
To celebrate Women's History Month we have made this collection inspired by 3 incredible women from history.
Blood Orange symbolizes new beginnings, status, and power - something she was challenging Americans to rethink and reimagine during her lifetime.
Sojourner Truth, a former slave, became an outspoken advocate for abolition, and civil and women's rights. After the New York Anti-Slavery Law was passed, Truth's former enslaver, illegally sold her five-year-old son Peter. With the help of the Van Wagenens family, she filed a lawsuit to get him back. Truth won her case and regained custody of her son. She was the first Black woman to sue a white man in a United States court and prevail.
Lemon Verbena and Lavender
This fresh and subtle blend symbolizes the colors of the Women's Suffrage Movement, purple and gold.
Alice Paul, an American Quaker, became a prominent leader of the Women's Suffrage movement. Being the outspoken activist that she was, she acted as a key player in the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits sex discrimination in the right to vote. She also was the author of the Equal Rights amendment in 1923, which has yet to pass.
Bergamot, Black Tea, and Ocean Rose
This scent symbolizes her love for her daily tea and the rose that was named in her honor.
She won her first Nobel Peace Prize in 1903 in Physics, for their pioneering work developing the theory of "Radioactivity", which is a term she coined. She went on to discover the elements polonium and radium, earning her second Nobel Peace Prize for Chemistry in 1911, using techniques she invented for isolating radioactive isotopes. She was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize and the only woman to win two of the prizes.
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