Vintage Roadwork "Sisterfire" LGBTQ Sleeveless Shirt

Sisterfire was a women's music festival held in Takoma Park, MD founded by Amy Horowitz in 1982. According, "Horowtiz and Sisterfire supporters made sure to not make their event just like any other music concert. Catering to the needs of diverse women and lesbian concertgoers, Sisterfire planned wheelchair accessible sections to the venue, sign language interpreters, and even free childcare. By the late 1980s, the annual event spanned two days and included theater performances, film screenings, and guest lectures." This original Sisterfire sleeveless shirt, deadstock in great condition with a few spots and marks from prolonged storage, is from the 1983 edition of the festival. 

Dimensions: 21.25" Wide by 25" Long 

Tag Size: XL

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Screen Stars