History of Black History Month
Negro History Week was founded in February 1926, by the Father of Black History, Carter G. Woodson. Negro History Week was an opportunity for Black history and culture to be celebrated by everyone. Woodson wanted the Negro History Week celebration to align with Frederick Douglass' birthday and Abraham Lincoln's birthday, so he established it in February. By 1976, Negro History Week had evolved to Black History Month. Since then, the U.S., the U.K., and Canada have observed Black History Month. In honor of our history and culture, check out this list of dope Black History threads.
Check out this Black History Jacket from The Carter Brand. The black torso of this jacket accompanied by camo-colored sleeves relay the message that you're Black, proud, and ready to protect your community. To exhibit your knowledge of Black history, the words 'Black History' appear on the spine of the jacket using the names of 12 Black leaders: W. E. B. Du Bois, Malcolm X, Assata Shakur, Carter G. Woodson, Frederick Douglass, and more. Click here to pick your size right now.
If the camo look really isn't your style, not to worry. We Buy Black vendors have much more to offer. Check out this Black History Unisex California Fleece Raglan Sweatshirt from LOCSTAR REVOLUTION. This sweatshirt challenges everything they teach you in school: Black History Didn't Start With Slavery. If you want to help spread the knowledge about our history, click here to purchase your sweatshirt now.
Do you appreciate Black history, exude Black pride, show Black power? Do you believe that Black lives matter? Then you need this Black Empowerment T-shirt. The Black power fist in the center of the shirt embodies all of the above. However, the kente design within the fist shows a deeper understanding of Black history. Its projects the statement that you're aware of the African struggle as much as the Black struggle here in the U.S. Click here to show your pride.