Alife Claudette Colvin Hoodie
To celebrate Black History Month, Alife® is releasing a series of six hoodies, each featuring the name of a different figure pivotal to promoting African American culture and values in the United States. The names prominently displayed on the hoodies range from James Baldwin, to political activist Marcus Garvey.
Claudette Colvin is an activist who was a pioneer in the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama during the 1950s. She refused to give up her seat on a bus months before Rosa Parks' more famous protest. She was arrested and became one of four plaintiffs in Browder v. Gayle, which ruled that Montgomery's segregated bus system was unconstitutional.
The heather grey hooded sweatshirts are all made of a heavyweight, pre-shrunk 14 oz fleece, with the name screen printed on the chest, and ribbed cuffs and sides.
A portion of proceeds will go towards supporting African American history & culture institutions in the United States.
- Heather grey
- 14 oz fleece, pre-shrunk
- 100% Cotton