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23 Ways To Cover Yourself In Black History Month Pride

Flex for the ancestors.

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.

2. This shirt in colors almost as bold as Detroit Red himself.

3. These earrings that show off Her Royal Flyness, Diana Ross.

4. Or this tote that will keep your books safe while Audre reminds you to care for yourself, too.

5. This backpack that honors the many activists whose work and lives shape the world we live in today.

6. This shirt that spells it out for anyone who might get it twisted.

7. This tote that highlights a part of the Black Panthers' legacy that's often erased.

8. These shirts that break it down for anyone who might be confused.

Buy the "Pure Black Nutritional Facts" shirt in black here for $16 and in other colors here for $17.

9. These earrings depicting American-born singer, dancer, and actress Josephine Baker, who left the U.S. for France in 1937 and became both a musical and political icon.

10. And this sweatshirt that bears the name of the late Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, who made a historic run for the presidency in 1972.

11. This gorgeous clutch featuring an artistic rendering of the iconic performer Grace Jones.

12. These Black Is Beautiful T-shirts, sold by Harlem's famous Studio Museum.

The black shirt is available from the musuem here, and the white shirt's here. Both are $25.

13. Or this crewneck, because sometimes we really are talkin' teams.

14. This Africa jersey for the Pan-Africanist in your life.

15. These Nina Simone earrings, a gorgeous dedication to the High Priestess of Soul.

16. This T-shirt quoting brilliant Civil Rights activist Bayard Rustin, who is often erased from popular narratives of the movement because of his sexuality.

17. Or this Zora Neale Hurston tote, a portrait of the Harlem Renaissance author who gave us classic books like Their Eyes Were Watching God.

18. Sometimes you gotta say your grandma's favorite proverb with ya chest...and your head...and...

The whole Blk Proverbs collection restocks on Feb. 1; buy the "Stay Black" shirt for $17 and the pillow for $10.

19. Or toast Toussaint L'Ouverture, the leader of the revolution that ushered in Haiti's independence from French colonial rule in 1804.

20. This shirt celebrating the musical genius of Miles Davis.

21. This Black Cameo pin/pendant, made by jewelry designer Coreen Simpson after she noticed no women of color in the existing marketplace.

22. This shirt that (almost) says it all.

23. And these #BlackGirlsAreFromTheFuture wristbands, because what is linear time anyway?

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