Black History Month is coming to a close, and I feel like it’s time to reflect on some of the great designs on Zazzle that honor the people, movements, and ideas that helped end slavery, oppression and promoted civil rights around the world.
- Frederick Douglas: An abolitionist, orator and famous author he is considered one of the most influential people in the movement for equality for all people.
See below for Frederick Douglas prints from the Zazzle Hulton Archive.
Richard Wright: Famous American author of classics Black Boy, and Native Son.
See below for the beautiful print of Richard Wright at his work desk.
Jackie Robinson: #42 of the Brooklyn Dodgers was #1 in breaking open baseball for people of all ethnicity. Mr. Robinson was the first African American to play in Major League Baseball.
Check out this famous print of Jackie Robinson at bat.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.:A major voice in the Civil Rights Movement that brought change and equality to many suffering under segregation in the United States.
Zazzle’s Hulton archive collection of prints has more prints, like the I have a dream print, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. portrait print, or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marching for civil rights print. Also check out some of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. t-shirts that have been made in his honor.
- Jesse Jackson: A leader in civil rights, Reverend Jackson continues to fight for equality and freedom for people of all race, creed or religion.
In this time, one can’t help but think that the presidential race between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton is proof of the progress this country continues to make toward equality and justice for all. Check out all of the great election designs for Hillary Clinton t-shirts, John McCain t-shirts, Barack Obama t-shirts, and Mike Huckabee t-shirts to help support your favorite candidate.