Bask In Black Girl Magic With Black Owned Brands

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The phrase “Black Girl Magic” originated from the work of CaShawn Thompson in 2013 to celebrate and lend voice to the achievements and positive attributes of black women. The idea was to celebrate Black Girl Magic (e.g., poise, talents, aspirations) while also acknowledging the subversive contexts for which black women and girls navigate to glean their accomplishments.  It quickly evolved into a popular movement.  Despite an onslaught of critics, the popularity of “Black Girl Magic” persists!  This has been aided (in my opinion) by the positivity and power of the message, the surge in venues providing advocacy, acknowledgement,  support, and opportunities for black women and girls (e.g., social media groups and influencers, non-profits); and by widespread and commercial use of the phrase.  As such in this post, I review ways you can support, express, and bask in Black Girl Magic with black authors and brands.  That is through diverse accessories, apparel, books, journals, and more.

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Accessories


Apparel

Bags and Totes

 Notebooks/Journals and Planners/Books

Travel Mugs & Drink Ware

In reviewing these companies and products, I hope you find Black Girl Magic items that works for you. 

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If you would liked more information about the Black Girl Magic movement see the following sources.

  1. “Black Girl Magic.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Girl_Magic
  2. Jones, Feminista.  “For CaShawn Thompson, black girl magic was always the truth.” 8 February, 2019.  https://www.beaconbroadside.com/broadside/2019/02/for-cashawn-thompson-black-girl-magic-was-always-the-truth.html

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