October 26, 2020 – There’s no shortage of negative stereotypes about black people in America and the impact this carries is a heavy one. One way to help change this is for black owned and focused businesses to present a more constructive, uplifting message. That’s the foundation of the exciting new clothing brand “I’m Black And” who recently announced the launch of its debut collection and first design. The brand showcases the positive within the black community, by allowing people to represent and celebrate that positivity, in a way that’s unique to them. Not surprisingly, the enthusiasm surrounding the new brand is high and rising.
“I’m Black And is about putting forth a counter narrative to all the negative stereotypes and stigmas about the black community,” commented Chris Scott, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and Founder and CEO of I’m Black And. “Our brand allows people to represent the positive aspects about the black community that are unique to them, through our apparel.”
The first design being featured on the “I’m Black And” online store is the “I’m Black & An Educated Voter” shirt, which is available for a limited time only. According to the brand, this will be followed by a new design designs leading up to Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. The one thing all designs will share, is their message of empowerment for the black community, the absolute focus point and purpose of the community-conscious brand.
The early feedback for “I’m Black And” has been totally supportive.
Shavonne Rupert, recently said in a five-star review, “I am very happy to have found this company. It is a great message and so positive!”
For more information and to order be sure to visit https://imblackand.net.
About I’m Black And
The ‘I’m Black And’ brand was created to be a positive representation of the black community. There are so many negative stereotypes, stigmas, and statistics about black people. We wanted to create a brand to showcase the positive within the black community, by allowing people to represent and celebrate that positivity, in a way that’s unique to them. Although our community has challenges, there is a lot to be celebrated and we want to be a part of the celebration.