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Eunique Jones Gibson Launches Inclusive Training Pants Company To Empower Children Of Color

Representation is more than just a buzzword. It is a significant part of how people feel included and seen in spaces that don’t historically value their existence. One of the most famous examples is the film, “Black Panther.” For the first time, Black children worldwide could imagine a universe where all the superheroes and influential people looked just like them. The film’s representation level was so impactful that people from all walks of life signed each other with the “Wakanda Forever” gesture for years after the movie’s initial release. Examples like the one above are critical to cultural storytelling and overall inclusivity. Eunique Jones Gibson and the good people down at the Happy Hues Co. would seem to agree.

Feb 17, 2023

Nine Months and Kickstarter Later, Black-Owned Card Game CultureTags Hits Target Shelves

CultureTags — a Black-owned card game designed for people who love both the culture and hashtags — has expanded just in time for the holidays. According to Because of Them We Can (BOTWC), nine months after its successful Kickstarter campaign, the card game founded by Eunique Jones Gibson, is hitting Target shelves. Gibson is a visionary, wife, mother of three, cultural curator, and founder of. BOTWC, where she’s spent the last decade highlighting Black culture and community. Her new game is just an extension of her commitment to that work.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by CultureTags (@culturetags) “I was online and I saw a long acronym in my Instagram feed,” said Gibson on how she got the idea to create the game. “There was no context and people were amazed at their ability to decode it with no help. I was one of those people. As I read the comments and laughed in agreement, I realized this was a game, but it wasn’t until December 2019 that I actually started to...

Dec 1, 2020

Because of Them We Can is Launching A Subscription Box For Kids

Just in time for the holidays, Because of Them We Can , a platform that highlights prominent figures in Black culture is launching a monthly subscription box for kids. The box is for kids ages 5 to 12 years old and contains inspirational clothes, toys, and products. “After receiving requests from educators for innovative tools and seeing young people expand their aspirations after exposing them to a broader range of history makers, it was clear that we needed to create something that would engage children on a national scale with consistent content curated just for them,” Because of Them We Can Creator Eunique Jones Gibson said in a press release. Because of Them We Can originated as a campaign to highlight kids dressed as notable Black History Month figures and boost the self-esteem of Black children . The campaign has since expanded into a blog platform that features clothin g and other merchandise. The subscription box launches November 30 and will be $39.99 a month with free...

Nov 28, 2018