WHAT WE WEAR TEAMED UP WITH THE BLACK CURRICULUM AS PART OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH TO OFFICIALLY LAUNCH THE WHAT WE WEAR X THE BLACK CURRICULUM HOODIE
What We Wear has collaborated with The Black Curriculum; an initiative that teaches black history all year round at schools in the UK. Through this, we hope to raise awareness for the necessary need to change the national curriculum, which will bring equality and healing to the future generations.
As a black-owned brand, we strongly believe in the importance of learning and teaching black history. We believe the history we are taught about ourselves and our ancestors forms an image and idea of who we are and who we can be. Making black British history a mandatory part of the curriculum will enable us as a society to engage in productive and honest conversations about race within the UK.
This collaboration has been brought to life on our signature Essential Black Logo Hoodie. The unisex piece is made from cotton jersey in a relaxed fit with ribbed edges and printed with both the WWW & TBC logos in white along the sleeves and chest.
For the lookbook, our muses are: the The Black Curriculum founder, Lanvinya Stennett; author, activist and entrepreneur, Jermiah Emmanuel BME; and singer/songwriter, Lost Girl.
This exclusive What We Wear X The Black Curriculum drop will be available to purchase online from 11am on Friday 13th November.
We champion The Black Curriculum and the work they do, therefore, 100% of the profits will be donated to their initiative, so they can continue to deliver programs and develop resources for young people.