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Zora Neale Hurston Red-TrimmedTote Bag

$50.00
16oz red and natural heavy-duty cotton canvas tote bag. This functional bag features an outside storage pocket with an original Zora Neale Hurston logo displayed on the front pocket. It also features an inside storage pocket along with a key ring holder.
You Don’t Know Us Negroes” adds immeasurably to our understanding of Hurston, who was a tireless crusader in all her writing, and ahead of her time…
— New York Times Book Review

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