In 1865 African American's became free- ish
We were no longer enslaved though, we had a long way to go, emotionally, mentally.
But look how far we made it!!
Each pants has the colors that represent Juneteenth
Each pants has a different array of design no two pants are alike! One of one
The words say:
Red symbolizes the bloodshed by enslaved ancestors due to the transatlantic slave trade,
Green stands for fertility, productivity and prosperity and the fertile cradle of Africa.
Black represents melanin, the soil of the Nile valley and the unification of the African diaspora.