Black Child Clothing presents its 300 Signature collection
CHICAGO, February 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Black Child Clothing, a clothing company Chicago, IL, is delighted to announce the launch of its 300 Signature collection. This collection was designed to commemorate the 300 freedom cases that were filed in St. Louis Circuit Court from 1814 to 1860, a time when it was illegal for a slave to be found literate. The 300 Signature Collection designs display replicas of authentic slave signatures from these 300 Freedom Suit holsters.
Many of these cases were filed by slaves in order to regain their freedom. A special case, that of Margaret Morgan vs. John Colterset a precedent for all future cases involving the freedoms of slaves in Saint Louisfinally bringing to light an issue that was at the forefront of slavery in America during this time.
Owner and Founder, Matthew Delashment, created Black Child Clothing to continue the story of slavery to freedom, hoping to represent the shift to empowerment of the black community. He named his clothing company “Black Child” after being inspired by the poem “Hey Black Child”, written by Useni Eugene Perkins. Their 300 Signature collection aims to advance Mr. Perkins’ vision in today’s generation, taking pivotal moments within black culture and creatively expressing them through fashion.
The 300 Signature collection includes t-shirts, hoodies, long sleeves and hats in three available colors: dark grey, sand and brown. You can buy these items in sizes ranging from small to XXXL, and each piece in this collection features a replica of a real slave signature.
Another goal of Black Child Clothing is to have a positive impact in their community. They are an official sponsor of Fundamentals Basketball Camp, led by Coach Brian Parker, to help train the next generation of black child athletes in life and basketball. They are also an official sponsor of Team NuSwoop Baseball, a team scouted by the Marlins, an MLB team. Finally, they sponsor the B2K Concert Creation Footwork Team. By staying involved and giving back to its community, Black Child Clothing hopes to make a difference in the lives and future generations of African American children and teens and their families.
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Black Child Clothing’s mission is simple: to empower younger generations of African Americans across our country. That’s exactly what the 300 Signature collection is all about – teaching kids, teens and young adults about this important moment in history, inspiring them to pursue their goals and fight for their dreams. In addition to its 300 Signature Collection, Black Child Clothing offers a number of sets and other apparel, from crew neck sweatshirts to joggers, shorts and more. To shop their entire collection or learn more about the mission behind Black Child Clothing, visit them online at www.BlackChildClothing.com today.
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