"Black Girl (1966)" Organic Creator T-shirt - Unisex

Get creative without compromising what’s important with this 100% organic custom T-shirt. Made of responsibly sourced, organic cotton, your customers will thank you. This t-shirt features a ribbed neck collar, hemmed set-in sleeves and bottom hem with a wide double-needle topstitch.

.: 100% organic ring-spun combed Cotton
.: Light fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
.: Sewn in label
.: Regular fit
.: Runs true to size

Ousmane Sembène’s 1966 first feature, “Black Girl,” returns to theaters for its 50th anniversary, newly and crisply restored and still startling. A classic of African cinema (it was the first sub-Saharan African film to reach international audiences), it’s a remarkable personal-is-political drama, set in barely postcolonial Senegal and France. A young African woman, Diouana (Mbissine Thérèse Diop), leaves her home in Dakar to work as a maid for a white couple in southern France — and immediately regrets her decision. The job is menial and demeaning, the apartment a cell. She had dreamed of seeing a new country, but all she sees is a kitchen, a living room, a bed. “I’m a prisoner here,” she says, in voice-over.
-   , The Seattle Times

*Part of the "Black Business Collection" 

With the BLM global campaign growing, Clearport offers global citizens another form of resistance through the purchase of one of  our products from our new  "Black Business Collection." We focused on graphics, photographs and art emphasizing important black icons of culture & history, reminding the people that the black community's bones are made of resistance and that by supporting  a  black owned businesses , you are supporting BLACK LIVES MATTER.