- Size: 7.5x8.5 inches
- Quality Mouse Pad
- Pays tribute to Bloody Sunday the Civil Rights Movement
- Speaks upon the attribute Commitment
- Motivational and Functional
An open edition African American motivational mouse pad containing a photograph of a group of African Americans crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama during the Voting Rights March of 1965. This poster is dedicated to showing the viewer that all things are possible when you commit yourself to a cause or commit yourself to achieving a goal. It features the phrase "Commitment" and contains the following inspirational quote:
When your belief is strong and your purpose just, no obstacle can stand in your way.
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