1. These “School of Thought” sweatshirts repping the names of iconic figures in black history, reimagined as university logos.
The sweatshirts are $37.50 each and named after notable figures including Harriet Tubman, James Baldwin, Audre Lorde, and Marcus Garvey.
10. And this sweatshirt that bears the name of the late Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, who made a historic run for the presidency in 1972.
Congresswoman Chisholm was not only the first black woman elected to Congress, but also the first major-party black candidate for president of the United States and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination. Get the sweatshirt here for $37.50.
19. Or toast Toussaint L’Ouverture, the leader of the revolution that ushered in Haiti’s independence from French colonial rule in 1804.
The revolution made Haiti the first free black republic in the Western Hemisphere. Buy the shirt bearing L’Ouverture’s face for $22.
22. This shirt that (almost) says it all.
Parks was a trained activist whose lifelong commitment to social change certainly stretched well beyond her one famous act of defiance, but that’s a little harder to fit on a shirt. In the meantime, this one’s available for $22.07.
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- More than 50 people are dead after a powerful earthquake hit Indonesia. Many may still be trapped under collapsed buildings.
- A refrigerator is being eyed as the possible origin of the fire at an Oakland warehouse party that killed 36 people, a law enforcement official said.
- An adorable 3-year-old boy proudly covered his kitchen with carrots in the greatest carrot heist of all time 😂👏