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Christmas Pine Tree
Colorful Scarf

Colorful Scarf

$60.00 Regular Price
$50.00Sale Price
  • This vibrant 36" x 36" silk cotton scarf is a stunning accessory, blending the luxurious feel of silk with the breathability of cotton. The fabric is soft and smooth, draping elegantly around the neck or shoulders. The scarf features a vivid array of colors, with intricate patterns that create a dynamic and eye-catching design. Its generous size allows for versatile styling options, making it a perfect addition to any wardrobe for a pop of color and sophistication.
  • Machine rolled hem. Made in China
  • Story behing the patterns

    Log Cabin Quilt Block
    The log cabin quilt block holds significant cultural and historical importance in the context of the Underground Railroad. For enslaved individuals seeking freedom, the log cabin quilt served as a covert signal within this clandestine network. When displayed on a clothesline or fence, quilts bearing this design signified a safe house or refuge along the perilous journey northward. The pattern’s connotations of shelter and protection resonate deeply, metaphorically representing a beacon of hope and sanctuary amidst the relentless pursuit of freedom.

    Run, Negro…RUN!

    The very survival of runaway slaves hinged on speed and cunning to navigate a treacherous paths to freedom. That journey echoes in the modern African American experience who’s pursuit of success demands a doubled effort against systemic bias. Just as the fugitive slave had to outwit slave catchers, the contemporary African American must excel beyond their white peers, navigating complex social and professional landscapes in order to achieve and maintain their place in society. Both journeys reflect an indomitable spirit.

    French Toile, Negro Toil
    French Toile de Jouy, the serene vignettes of 18th-century French and European aristocracy engaged in leisure—such as picnicking or playing instruments—is integrated with images of enslaved individuals laboring on plantations. The stark contrast between the idyllic portrayal of aristocratic leisure and the grim realities of colonial exploitation creates a visual dialogue that compels the viewer to reconcile the picturesque veneer of the past with its foundations of exploitation and pain.

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