Upgrade your kitchen with this Stonewall tea towel, celebrating the freedom of all to love, and printed with reactive water-based inks so the design remains fresh and bright after each wash. Woven from half Panama unbleached organic cotton this tea towel is equipped with an integral hanging loop and is perfect for drying dishes, glasses, absorbing spills, and confidently transporting hot food.
On 28th June 1969, in the early hours of the morning, New York’s besieged LGBTQ community rioted against homophobic police raids at the Stonewall Inn. That was the first Pride. The Stonewall riot was perhaps the most important event leading to the LGBT rights movements in the US. Within a few years, gay rights organisations were founded across the US and the world. On June 28, 1970, the first gay pride marches took place in the US commemorating the anniversary of the riots. Similar marches were organised in other cities. Today, LGBT Pride events are held annually throughout the world toward the end of June to mark the Stonewall riots, and the Stonewall National Monument was established at the site in 2016.
Half Panama unbleached organic cotton48cm x 70cmIntegral hanging loop
Made in the UK
Machine wash at 40°C max
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