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    COLLECTION 01 

    The debut collection titled “Protect Black Women” is a Re-creation of the 1943 Rosie The Riveter icon turned modernized dark skin woman. 

    The illustration features are realistic and relatable to the average black woman, from her full lips to her hair being in a cultural protective hairstyle called bantu knots. 

    This collection was inspired by the ongoing brutal murders of the Black women in America and their cases being swept under the rug by the system. 


     

    Black women are constantly looked at as strong but aren’t accepted in their overall purest and vulnerable form. It’s found that Black Women are their own protection and can’t rely on all Black men within their own community, let alone seek protection from white america. 

    This collection was displayed on Hoodies, Crewneck Sweatshirts, T-Shirts, Tote bags, and Trucker hats along with some personal stories entitled “Let The Black Man/Woman Speak” from the campaign.

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    LET THE BLACK WOMAN/MAN SPEAK

    THE "PROTECT BLACK WOMEN" Collection IS TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED ONLINE. </