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    (0) New Arrivals for Black History Month

    Stock up for the most exciting time of the year! A copy of the February Wholesale Flier will be mailed to all of our customers, but why wait? You can see it now, just click here to see our newest clothing fashions. Be sure to stand out and look your best for all your events and occasions! wholesale-flier-2016-02-med Click her...

    (0) 12x18” African American Stick Flag
    The Pan-African flag, also known as the UNIA flag, African-American flag and Black Liberation Flag,is a tri-color flag consisting of three horizontal bands of red, black and green. This flag of the African nation combines the most popular colors from all of the flags of Africa. Founded by Marcus Gar...
    (0) Small African Print Travel Bag- Assorted
    Tradition on-the-go! Add quick African flare to your look with a Small African Print Travel Bag. Made in Gambia, these assorted African print bags are fun, convenient and perfectly priced. c-a212 Bags measure 5.5" x 6.5". C-A212 Get your own travel bag today! Click here to find out HOW TO START YOUR...
    (0) Tuskegee Airman John Mulzac
    Retired FDNY Lt. John Mulzac, a Tuskegee Airman who took to the skies in three wars, died this week. He was 91. wake Mulzac, a Brooklyn resident, was an original member of the elite Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American military aviators in the United States Armed Forces. During World War II, Blac...
    (0) New Arrivals, Price Specials

    Seasonally Perfect Back in Stock Items The November flier is here! New items, great deals and bold statements! Click HERE to get your copy of this new flier before it is printed! wholesale-flier-2014-11-med

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    (0) Clara Brown
    Clara Brown Clara Brown was a slave from Virginia, who spent her entire life looking for her 10-year-old daughter, Eliza Jane. Brown was sold on an auction block in the early 1800s. By the time she was 18, she had conceived four children, each of whom were sold off to different owners. Brown would ...
    (0) Black History Month Factoid
    After retiring from baseball, Hall-of-Famer Jackie Robinson helped establish the African American-owned and -controlled Freedom Bank....
    (0) Oliver Hill
    Oliver Hill was a civil rights lawyer who was key to ending “separate but equal” in America and a prestigious member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The Presidential Medal of Freedom Award recipient worked to obtain landmark legal decisions involving equality in pay for black teachers, access to s...
    (0) Selena Sloan Butler
    Selena Sloan Butler After following the success of the National Congress of Mothers PTA, African-American teacher and Spelman College graduate Selena Sloan Butler heard the call to start the National Colored Mothers Parent-Teacher Association in 1926. She would later hold the title of its first nat...
    (0) Black History Factoid
    Both Condoleeza Rice and Martin Luther King, Jr. started college when they were just 15 years old. She studied political science at the University of Denver; he majored in sociology at Morehouse College in Atlanta. ...
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