Paul Robeson tea towel
Cotton tea towel depicting the eloquent bass baritone, stage and film actor and political activist Paul Robeson, who spoke up for people of other cultures who were enduring great opression, both in Britain and the US. He opposed fascism, and was active in the Civil Rights Movement and social justice campaigns. He was blacklisted during the McCarthy era, denied a passport by the US which meant he could no longer travel to perform, and was widely censored owing to his open criticism of the US government. The National Library of Wales holds many resources pertaining to Robeson, should you wish to know more.
Composition: unbleached cotton (heavy weight, textured finish).
Stitched on all four sides with hanging loop.
Measures approximately: 48cm x 70cm
Machine wash at 40 degrees max.
Also available in the series: Desmond Tutu, Maya Angelou, Rebecca Riots & Merthyr Rising