Make Peace Not War Zipper Pouch
- National Archives Store Exclusive
- 5 X 10 inches
With a bright tie-dye print and a message promoting peace, this versatile zipper pouch is a great gift for fun-loving National Archives supporters. Perfect for cosmetics, pens, pencils, or other small things you want to keep track of, it is a cheery, bright reminder to be excellent to each other.
In 2016, a young citizen wrote to President Obama, imploring him to "do something fun", like wear a tie-dye shirt and shorts to "something important." The author opined that the country was in need of more spunk. President Obama's response was thoughtful and encouraging. The correspondence is one of thousands of letters catalogued in the records of the Obama White House.
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