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TheBlackest Co.

Black Wall Street Stacked Unisex Hoodie

Black Wall Street Stacked Unisex Hoodie

Regular price $47.99 USD
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Size Chart & Easy Measurement Tips

 

Size guide

  LENGTH (inches) WIDTH (inches)
S 27 20
M 28 22
L 29 24
XL 30 26
2XL 31 28
3XL 32 30
4XL 33 32
5XL 34 34

How To Properly Measure (almost) Any Garment:
Go and grab your favorite t-shirt, hoodie or top. Lay it flat and gently spread it out. Try not to stretch it too much.

Using a tape measure or large ruler – or even a string that you can measure later – to take these two measurements:

 

Discover the rich history of Black Wall Street with our unisex hoodie. Stay cozy in this soft, stylish hoodie. Made with 50% pre-shrunk cotton and 50% polyester, this hoodie features air-jet spun yarn for a soft feel and reduced pilling. Show your support for a Black owned business.

• 50% pre-shrunk cotton, 50% polyester
• Fabric weight: 8.0 oz/yd² (271.25 g/m²)
• Air-jet spun yarn with a soft feel and reduced pilling
• Double-lined hood with matching drawcord
• Quarter-turned body to avoid crease down the middle
• Front pouch pocket
• Black Owned & Operated Business

Product Features

• 50% pre-shrunk cotton, 50% polyester
• Fabric weight: 8.0 oz/yd² (271.25 g/m²)
• Air-jet spun yarn with a soft feel and reduced pilling
• Double-lined hood with matching drawcord
• Quarter-turned body to avoid crease down the middle
• 1 × 1 athletic rib-knit cuffs and waistband with spandex
• Front pouch pocket
• Double-needle stitched collar, shoulders, armholes, cuffs, and hem
• Blank product sourced from Honduras, Mexico, or Nicaragua
• Designed, printed and shipped in the USA
• Black Owned & Operated Business


* This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction and waste, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

The Incredable History!

Black Wall Street refers to the thriving African American community of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, during the early 20th century. In the early 1900s, despite the racial segregation prevalent in the United States, Greenwood flourished as a prosperous business district predominantly owned and operated by Black entrepreneurs. The area earned its nickname "Black Wall Street" due to the remarkable economic success and financial independence achieved by its residents. Black-owned businesses, including banks, hotels, theaters, and shops, thrived, creating a self-sustaining and prosperous community that defied the racial prejudices of the time.

Tragically, the prosperity of Black Wall Street was brutally disrupted in 1921 during the Tulsa Race Massacre. A white mob attacked Greenwood, destroying homes and businesses, and leaving the community in ruins. The devastating event resulted in numerous deaths and forced thousands of Black residents to flee. Despite this dark chapter, Black Wall Street remains a symbol of the resilience and economic potential within African American communities, highlighting the importance of acknowledging historical injustices and working towards building inclusive and thriving communities today.

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