National Dashiki Day, a day of cultural celebration to the colorful garment that was adopted by African-Americans in the 1960s and 1970s, takes place on Oct. 30, 2017. This unique event is referenced across the internet, including 10000’s of mentions on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram. To join in, what is required is for everyone to wear their Dashiki on October 30, and make sure they join the parties in every city participating in this beautiful festival.
Denver, CO -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/18/2017 -- Oct. 30 is National Dashiki Day; a day of cultural celebration to the colorful garment that was adopted by African-Americans in the 1960s and 1970s as a symbol of pride, awareness, independence, and power.
Although the loose-fitting pullover garment traces its roots to West Africa, it found a place in America during the post-civil rights era of the late 1960s during the black power movement.
National Dashiki Day takes place on Oct. 30, 2017, where it is referenced across the internet, including 10000's of mentions on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram. More info on Dashiki Day can be found on the Wiki page, or on social media 'About National Dashiki Day,' via Twitter & Instagram, use '#DashikiDay,' "#NationalDashikiDay.
To join in, everyone is required to wear their Dashiki on October 30, and make sure they join the parties in every city participating in this beautiful festival.
"Muslim, Christian, Jew, black, white, red, brown or blue. Whatever or whoever you are, stand-up and stand-out against hatred, racism and spiritual persecution. Gather your neighbors, friends, relatives, and co-workers, and participate in the National Dashiki Day" says Lynn, the founder of BBNomics.com, the First Black-owned crowd funding site that has been in operation for over 7 years.
For those who are desirous of getting Dashiki but don't know where and how to find, they can check out the website of Lakay Designs at https://www.lakaydesigns.com/store/p57/2DashikisTs. Suffice it to say that Lakay Designs specializes in everything African Inspired.
Lynn continued; "Wear yours to work, shopping or school. Anywhere and everywhere! Get creative! Host the best dashiki contest. Get the kids involved! Then post your pics on all over social media and on the net. Also, don't forget to support Black Businesses in the process, Lakay Designs is one."
Lynn would be available for media interviews, speaking engagements and seminar presentations as regards the upcoming Dashiki day and her other revolutionary initiatives.
The aim is making an impact by providing platforms for everyone to actively engage in fundamental principles of group economics, group-love, financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy. It's for our people who are serious about taking their lives — and their POWER — to the next level.
To know more about the First Black-owned crowdfunding site, visit - https://www.bbnomics.com/taking-a-stand/.
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