feature: dopeimageclothing – indie black entrepreneurs focused on black empowerment

September 23, 2015

Check out the latest designs of DopeImageClothing – the Indie clothing brand (founded by poet, educator, and activist Keno Evol) that is all about black empowerment, run by a group of young Black entrepreneurs. The team tell us: “DopeImageClothing is a line that focuses its efforts on black empowerment centered around black women though the line can be worn by how ever the individual chooses to gender identify. Intentionally injecting language and Images into our designs that provide a healing narrative of blackness. Based out of the twin cities, South Minneapolis the line is made locally and ran by the support of the community.” Explore below, and CLICK HERE┬áto see more.

By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor


Instagram: @DopeImageClothingline
Twitter: @WeAreDopeImage