civil right shirtsmalcolm x clothing - What's hip in t-shirt design, i hear you ask? T-shirt designers say nothing's cooler than Black Icons. Yes, they mean Black Pop Icons...visionaries, entertainers, athletes, and activists. And how come t-shirts with all the likes of Muhammad Ali, Richard Pryor, George Clinton, and Martin Luther King Junior all the rage? Because these brothers are cool....real cool. Is it the color of their skin? Is it their fame? Could it be their struggle? Can it be what they've got accomplished? To make sure of the, but most of this is because they're all leaders in their own right. And individuals, no matter race, respect and admire individuals who take charge. So if you feel a brother responsible, well in that case more chance to ya.

africa t shirt - Some fashion critics say it is also the Hiphop movement that's bringing famous brothers and sisters to the fashion forefront. Recent polls reveal that Hiphop gear is the most popular attire for American kids within their early teens to mid-twenties. Thanks to Rap pioneers like Russell Simmons, chairman & CEO of Rush Communications, which founded Def Jam Recordings and Phat Farm Clothing and Sean "P-Diddy" Combs, the founder of Bad Boy Entertainment and Sean John Clothing, the Hiphop lifestyle went mainstream. Kids and teenagers throughout the planet are embracing the music, clothing, and swaggerous lifestyle that is Rap.

So who's wearing black icon tees? Everyone...from the girl near the largest names in entertainment and sports...Rappers, Singers, Actors, Athletes, street kids, and also silver spooners are repping their most favorite black icon.

P. Diddy continues to be sporting t-shirts embellished with pictures of his friend and rap prodigy the late Notorious BIG, since soon after his death. Diddy has additionally been proven to wear other late greats including Marvin Gaye and Jam Master Jay. Rappers The Game and Snoop Dogg have been photographed wearing their West Coast mentor and friend Tupac Shakur. Producer, songwriter Wyclef Jean has been spotted wearing Muhammad Ali, Martin Luther King Junior, and Dr. Malcolm X Shabazz.

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In a predominantly white junior high school in Nj-new jersey one student has came up with an interesting class task for black history month. He's got proposed that about the first Friday in February everyone in the history class wear a t-shirt embellished with a black icon. They are going to get partial credit for playing the job, and often will be graded how well they deliver a biographical speech in regards to the icon they are wearing.