Women Supporting Women
Women Supporting Women
#WomenSupportingWomen is project launched in April 2018 by Martha Latta and Jo Ping of Sunday Afternoon Housewife. After attending a local speaker series and discussing together how important it is to truly support fellow female artists and working mothers, the idea of Women Supporting Women was conceived. #WomenSupportingWomen will gift 50% of sales from each shirt sold to a female artist to help the selected artist move their business a step forward.
For the months of November and December all online and show sales will benefit Kit Malone.
Kit Malone (she/hers) is a blogger, thought leader, musician and political organizer who lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Kit currently works at the ACLU of Indiana, where she manages the ACLU-IN LGBTQ Rights Project. This includes a priority public outreach effort to identify transgender advocates and arm them with the tools to educate and engage their communities on the importance of passing comprehensive civil rights protections for all Hoosiers. A former organizer at Freedom Indiana, Kit helped advance the cause of statewide equality for LGBTQ people in her home state and successfully organized local battles to pass non-discrimination protections in over twelve Hoosier towns. She has served as Indy Pride’s Director of Diversity, was instrumental in the development of Pride's yearly Trans Pride Night, and co-organized the first transgender marching contingent in the Indy Pride parade’s history. Kit also currently serves as a member of Indy’s Race and Cultural Relations Leadership Network.
In her role as an independent songwriter, Kit’s blend of fractured folk, country rock, primitive guitar, urbane social satire, and sad sack songs about love -- mostly in the key of G -- led the readers of NUVO Newsweekly to vote her Indy’s Best Folksinger in 2006. Her work has also been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered. A fixture in the Midwest music scene, Kit, and her band The Arsonists were frequent openers for nationally touring acts such as The Avett Bros. and Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band. Although Kit announced her retirement from regular touring in 2009, she occasionally pops her head up to make noise in her hometown.
Yolonda, Kit's final full length CD on Higher Step Records, is available on most digital music services. Yolonda is a sonic examination of death, loss, travel, and politics filtered through the lens of American cosmic music. Inspired by the death of a well-loved cat, Yolonda finds Kit experimenting with wider soundscapes, found instruments, and ambient arrangements -- all the while remaining true to her folksinger roots.
Art work for this shirt was created by a woman (Sarah of Imy's Joy) and is printed by and in house by women (Martha & Jo of Sunday Afternoon Housewife).
This tee shirt available on a heather prisim ice blue colored tee. It is a true to size, pre-shrunk unisex tee. Unisex tees are super-soft, fine jersey tees and printed with black ink.
The technical stuff: Normal care for your shirts is for you to wash it inside-out on the normal or gentle cycle. I know it's "just a tee shirt" but if you practice the theory "if it's handmade, handwash" then your shirt will stay brighter and last longer. No Bleach should be added to the wash for your shirt. Use a mild detergent.
Shirts come in sizes extra small, small, medium, large, and extra large, and XXL. Please select your size at checkout. Shirts will be shipped to you in a padded envelope with USPS tracking. The tracking number will be sent to you when it ships.
Shipping: Most all shirts are printed to order, so please allow a minimum of 5-7 days for your shirt to ship. Please note that it may take over 7 days for your order to arrive.
Satisfaction is always guaranteed, so please contact us directly with any concerns.