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Do It For The Culture With These 7 Statement Boxy Tees

Do It For The Culture With These 7 Statement Boxy Tees

Our statement boxy tee explained, which will help you do it for the culture with ease.

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Kelechi Okafor Interview: Spiritually on Crud Line

Kelechi Okafor Interview: Spiritually on Crud Line

This is an an interview with Kelechi Okafor, who has launched a clothing like 'Spiritually on Crud'' with us at Everyday Froday.

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Four Black Heroes!

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Four Black Heroes!

  Black History Month is often a time where we get to celebrate and educate people on the victories and hardships that our ancestors had to go through in order for us to be where we are today. The list of pioneers and heroes of Black History is endless however today we’ve picked four to highlight for you all!     MARCUS GARVEY Born on the 17th August 1887, Jamaican political activist, journalist and entrepreneur Marcus Garvey formed and led the UNIA  Pan African movement which aimed to unify people of African descent worldwide. Garvey spent two years in London studying...

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Shop Black: Black Owned Fashion Brands

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Shop Black: Black Owned Fashion Brands

Hey Hey Family! How are you doing? I know we’re getting to the end of Black History Month but that does not mean a single thing to us over here because we stay keeping the Black content rolling! This time for our shop black post we are talking about BLACK FASHION BABY!! This year the ladies have not been playing. We have seen the support for Black owned fashion brands soar this year so it’s only right that we highlight some of the hottest brands out right now!  Let’s gooo!!  Loudbrand Studios www.loudbrandstudios.com Let’s start off with this London based...

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The Short Story Behind African Headwraps

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The Short Story Behind African Headwraps

Now you're probably aware of Headwraps, they come in many colours, sizes and patterns and are used for various different occasions. Now, depending on where you grew up you may never have noticed when you actually started seeing or using headwraps yourself  however, what you probably don't know is the cultural meaning behind some of these headwraps.  Now depending on where you come from the headwrap has different names. For example in Nigeria you'd call it a Gele, in Botswana a Tuki and in Ghana, Malawi and Zimbabwe it's called a Duku. Despite the various names the African headwrap has...

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