Dr. Ann Moliver Ruben of Weston sits with her "Someday a Woman Will Be President" items for sale at the ACE Educational Company in Davie. About eight years ago, the T-shirts erupted a controversy at a Miramar Wal-Mart when corporate headquarters banned the shirts from South Florida shelves. Feminist groups picketed across the country.
Dr. Ann Moliver Ruben of Weston sits with her "Someday a Woman Will Be President" items for sale at the ACE Educational Company in Davie. About eight years ago, the T-shirts erupted a controversy at a Miramar Wal-Mart when corporate headquarters banned the shirts from South Florida shelves. Feminist groups picketed across the country. Robyn Meadows/For The Herald
Dr. Ann Moliver Ruben of Weston sits with her "Someday a Woman Will Be President" items for sale at the ACE Educational Company in Davie. About eight years ago, the T-shirts erupted a controversy at a Miramar Wal-Mart when corporate headquarters banned the shirts from South Florida shelves. Feminist groups picketed across the country. Robyn Meadows/For The Herald

The 1995 saga of the ‘Someday, a Woman Will be President’ shirt — and Wal-Mart

July 27, 2016 08:15 AM

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