Stokely Carmichael was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, on June 29, 1941. He rose to prominence as a member and later the chairman of the SNCC, working with Martin Luther King Jr. and other Southern leaders to stage protests. Carmichael later lost faith in the tactic of nonviolence, promoting "Black Power" and allying himself with the Black Panther Party. Renaming himself Kwame Ture, he spent most of his later years in Guinea, where he died in 1998.
- This tee is super soft!
- All sizes are unisex and women are encouraged to order one size down for a closer fit.
- Logo printed on the inside tagline.