The purpose of July 4th is to commemorate the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopting the Declaration of Independence in 1776, signaling the official separation of the 13 original colonies from Great Britain amid the Revolutionary War.
Many within the African American community have their reservations about celebrating a nation that doesn't always protect its black citizens. In lieu of the various acts of violence directed toward innocent black men and women, the decision to do so is not one that is difficult to grasp.
With that in mind we as a community have to decided to instead celebrate this day as Juneteenth 2.0. So in honor of this decree we decided to bring back our "Black Is A Blessing" in a new black, brown, and tan color way! Check out the new look below.