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Unapologetically Black Baby T-shirt

June 23, 2016

June 23, 2016

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Unapologetically Black Kids Tee was designed to let our kids begin to represent who they are, for them to take pride in who they are!unapologeticallyblack To be unapologetically Black, means you are proud of and unembarrassed by your Blackness.greenflower

Go to school with your Afro-puffs and t-shirt and let them know this is who you are. You can’t change perfection, nor do we want to. This adorable t-shirt from KasidysKloset on Etsy is available for just $16. You can visit KasidysKloset‘s website.


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