Radicals at Christmas: Helen Keller Christmas cards
£5.00

Radicals at Christmas: Helen Keller Christmas cards

Those of us of a certain age are bound to have heard about the outstanding life of Helen Keller, who died in 1968. She proved to the world that being deaf and blind need not be a bar to full participation in life and became the first deaf-blind person to gain a bachelor of arts degree. She was an author, a member of the Socialist Party of America, a member of the Industrial Workers of the World union, and campaigned for women’s suffrage, labour rights, socialism and pacifism. Her message at Christmas says it all.

Specifications: Pack of 8 cards, with matching envelopes made of recycled paper. The cards are printed on FSC certified board which is manufactured from fibre sourced from sustainably managed Swedish forests, the most environmentally friendly option available (we don't use recycled board because that has to be bleached with harmful chemicals). The cards measure approx 105mm x 148mm (A6) and envelopes measure approx 162mm x 114mm (C6). Message inside: Seasons Greetings.