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Theme: African American

Button - Get Up! Stand Up for Your Rights

SKU:
1053
$2.50

Small Sticker too. Mix with any buttons/stickers for quantity discounts.

Sticker - When the Power of Love...Jimi Hendrix

SKU:
2191
$2.50

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Button - When the Power of Love...Jimi Hendrix

SKU:
1289
$2.50

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Mug - Strong Children - Frederick Douglass

SKU:
4318
$14.00

11 oz. made in US mugs!

Special 2 sided design.

Sticker - It Is Easier to Build Strong Children Than to Repair Broken Men. -Frederick Douglass

SKU:
2909
$2.50

Button too. Mix with any buttons/stickers for quantity discounts.

Button - It Is Easier to Build Strong Children

SKU:
1914
$2.50

Sticker too. Mix with any buttons/stickers for quantity discounts.

Small Sticker - Who Polices the Police?

SKU:
2592
6 in.
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2 in.
$2.00

Bookmark - Black Lives Matter Explained

SKU:
3227
$4.95

Mug - Same Struggle Different Difference

SKU:
4326
$14.00

11 oz. made in US mugs!

Harriet Tubman - Conductor on the Underground Railroad

SKU:
M032
2 in.
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3 in.
$5.00

An Inspiration to Freedom Seekers Everywhere

Magnet - Black Power at 1968 Olympics

SKU:
M033
2 in.
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3 in.
$5.00

Activism in sports didn't start with Colin Kaepernick!

Notecard - Harriet Tubman

SKU:
C099CWD
$3.00

Postcard - Burning Bus 1961 Freedom Riders

SKU:
T180CWD
$1.25

Postcard - African American Women Freedom Riders

SKU:
T179CWD
$1.25

Framed Small Print - I, Too, Sing America - Langston Hughes

SKU:
F088CW
8 in.
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10in.
$35.00
Langston Hughes was one of the most important writers and thinkers of the Harlem Renaissance, which was the African American artistic movement in the 1920s that celebrated black life and culture.

Notecard - I, Too, Sing America - Langston Hughes

SKU:
C088CWD
5 in.
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7 in.
$3.00
Langston Hughes was one of the most important writers and thinkers of the Harlem Renaissance, which was the African American artistic movement in the 1920s that celebrated black life and culture.

Button - I, Too, Sing America

SKU:
1950
1.75
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1.75
List Price: 
$2.50
$0.50

Langston Hughes

Magnet - Strong Children - Frederick Douglass

SKU:
M020
3 in.
x
2 in.
$5.00

Frederick Douglass was an African-American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman.

Postcard - Harriet Tubman on $20 Bill

SKU:
T165CW
$11.95
The new face on the $20 bill!

Magnet - Black Lives Matter

SKU:
M017
$5.00

Royalties paid to Black Lives Matter Syracuse

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