Protect Black Children T-Shirt - Banana Pudding - *Free Shipping*
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IMPORTANT: Be sure to read our blog post on Performative Activism before purchasing this product for yourself, especially if you are not Black, or do not actually provide protection to Black children.
Overview: Whether you're a STUDENT that wants to make a BOLD statement while walking on campus, an ACTIVIST that fights to PROTECT BLACK CHILDREN, or just a DOPEperson that resonates with this POWERFUL message, our Protect Black Children items are just for you or someone special to you! This garment will definitely turn heads, start critical conversations, and keep you warm and cozy!
Color Selection: The red, black, and green color-way on this garment come from the Pan-African flag that was given to all African people in 1920 by The Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey, leader of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. The red represents the blood of African people, the black symbolizes the race of the people, and the green represents the land of Africa and the natural resources. There can be no justice and freedom for African people without reparations and without the recovery of our land. Our greatest leaders remind us that it is from the land that true freedom and every aspect of society is developed.
Overview: This blog post features Youtube presentations, online accessible articles, purchase links for books, and links to organizations all concerned with the history and present-day mission of African-Americans to protect themselves by bearing arms.