The Pan-African flag, (also called the Marcus Garvey, UNIA, Afro-American or Black Liberation flag,) was designed to represent people of the African Diaspora, and, as one scholar put it, to symbolize "black freedom, simple." Sheet music for "Every Race Has a Flag But the Coon," published in 1900.
Pan Africa Flag is Red for the Blood, Green for the Land, and Black for the People. With the Gold Embroidered #BBNYC Light bulb representing the light and the way!
The Pan Africa Mask is made with Satin Front & Cotton back. Machine Washable, but we suggest to hand wash it and hang dry.
Be Bold ~ Be Brave ~ Be Brillant