'What Didn't You Do to Bury Me, But You Forgot I Was a Seed' print
The original author of this striking quotation was Greek poet Dinos Christianopoulos. Christianopoulos was marginalized as a gay author in the Greek literary community in the 1970s. Since then, it’s been used by the Zapatista movement in Mexico, and most recently: during Women's Marches and protests around the world. It’s a beautiful message of strength, resilience and hope during oppression.