Black Liberation Anti Racism Woman Empowerment Man Woman T-shirt

Black Liberation Anti Racism Woman Empowerment Man Woman T-shirt

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The Aunt Jemima brand and logo glorified America's slave past by evoking images of happy, enslaved mammies who gleefully served their master's family without complaining. In the wake of the killing of George Floyd in May 2020, they distanced themselves from this racist past by changing the name and the face of the brand to the Pearl Milling Company. The tradition of racist depictions in advertising is particularly strong in the United States where brands like Uncle Ben's rice and the Sambo's chain of restaurants made millions of dollars pushing negative sterotypes that dehumanized Black people. Wear your anti-racism proudly (and with a sense of humor) when you rock this "Make Your Own Damn Pancakes" t-shirt only from BlackDominion.

\n.: 100% combed ringspun cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)\n.: Light fabric (4.5 oz/yd² (153 g/m²))\n.: Eurofit\n.: Tear-away label\n.: Runs true to size

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