This is a 1990's T-shirt which names the countries of the Caribbean as part of the African Diaspora. The African diaspora consists of the worldwide collection of communities descending from Africans. Culturally, the term refers to the descendants of the West and Central Africans who were enslaved and shipped to the Americas via the Transatlantic Slave Trade between the 16th and 19th centuries, with their largest populations in Brazil, the United States, and Haiti. This t-shirt names Caribbean countries and Black Americans, noting our interconnected African heritage.
There is only one of this item in stock. It is a vintage item that was produced in the 1990's. It has been professionally cleaned. But, due to the nature of vintage clothing, this item may have minor, age appropriate wear and tear. Please review the photos for damage and our return policy.
The tag on this piece indicates that it is a size XL. But, based on 2018 sizing charts, we suggest that this shirt would best fit a size Large. Please review the measurements below.
Body Width: 20"
Full body Length: 30"
Sleeve Length: 8"
BLK MKT Vintage and Philadelphia Printworks bring you Reclaim BLK, a collaborative collection of new and vintage apparel, steeped in African American cultural iconography. Reclaim BLK seeks to reimagine the narratives of historical events, artifacts, spaces and communities that have been forgotten, lost and devalued while celebrating the multitudinous legacies of black culture. Consider this a retrofuturespective.
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