Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs
Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs
Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs
Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs
Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs
Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs
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Myalie Loveday - @silver_bear_designs

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Item description:

My piece is dedicated to & represents this wonderful, strong woman & is most definitely a “Women Leader” Myrlie Evers. This piece I’ve designed is a “Belt buckle & leather belt” handcrafted using recycled metal of copper, brass, sterling silver, 3 glass Dragonfly cabochons & embossing leather, dragonflies are what inspired my design, the quote reminds me of Myrlie Evers & her strength, determination to make a change & help us all see the light! Description Size: Buckle 5x7cm, belt 130cm. Myrlie Louise Evers–Williams (née Beasley; born March 17, 1933) is an American civil rights activist and journalist who worked for over three decades to seek justice for the 1963 murder of her husband Medgar Evers, another civil rights activist. She also served as chairwoman of the NAACP, and published several books on topics related to civil rights and her husband’s legacy. On January 21, 2013, she delivered the invocation at the second inauguration of Barack Obama.