Claudia V Wallets
The genuine leather wallet is made from premium full-grain leather from Kenya. It has a magnetic button closure and a zipped pocket suitable for coins. The wallet has four card slots that can take up to 8 cards with 2 cards in each slot. After the card slits, there is a slot what can comfortably take a smartphone.
The genuine leather wallet is made from premium Kenyan full-grain leather. It has a magnetic button closure and a zipped pocket suitable for coins. The wallet has four card slots that can take up to 8 cards with 2 cards in each slot. After the card slits, there is a slot what can comfortably take a smartphone.
We name this leather wallet after Claudia Vera Cumberbatch (21 February 1915 – 24 December 1964). She was a Trinidad and Tobago born who became a journalist and activist. At the age of 9, Claudia and her family moved to New York City following the cocoa price war crash in Trinidad. Ms Claudia Vera won a Theodore Roosevelt Award of good citizenship in her junior high school. The awardees ultimately become distinguished citizens of national reputation based on an outstanding life accomplishment. She started working at a laundry after being unable to afford to go to college and joined a drama group. During this time, she started writing a column called Claudia’s Comments for a Harlem journal.
In 1936, she joined Young Communist League U.S.A. A year later, she joined the editorial team of the Daily Worker. In 1938 rose to become the editor of the Weekly Review. She became the secretary of the Women’s National Commission after world war II. In 1952, she took the same position at the National Peace Council. She went to become a world-known activist against racism and advocate for feminism. This got her imprisoned and later deported from the U.S.A. After deportation, Jones got offered residence in the U.K on humanitarian grounds. She continued with her work in fighting for equality and even campaigned for the release of Nelson Mandela.
Ms Claudia’s agility, diligence and remarkable life against the odds of poverty are what make us name these series of wallets after her. Her advocacy for the rights of women and black people in the place of work. Despite threats and actual deportation, we salute her for the advances she made for us.