The Gorilla is back...back on his "AfroPolitan StreetWear" vibe. Oh boy...looks like the sleeping giant has awaken.
My Accent Lady Tank & Gorilla Boy Shorts
Long sleeve button-ups that completes any AFROPOLITAN's wardrobe. Exclusively in stores @ dupp&swat [NoDa].
- Gorilla Status
“Breaking the Silence” Congo Week, is a week of activities that commemorates the millions of lives lost in the Congo conflict while celebrating the enormous human and natural potential that exists in the country. Congo Week, is a movement of ordinary people, across the globe, that connects one another via a global issue that effects each and every one of us. Being active in Congo Week, confirms the true essence of responsibility, that comes from being a Conscious (aware) Global Citizen. We all should strive to be the best upright and knowledgeable Global Citizens, because we all live in One World, and should be bound together by One Love.
- Eric B. Ndelo | Creative Director, DRC ApeParel, Ltd.
Apparel designs from DRC ApeParel, Ltd. featured prominently in Brooklyn museum.
Charlotte, North Carolina, June 4, 2012 – On Saturday June 16th, Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Art (MoCADA) and Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) will hold an opening reception for the exhibit H(A)UNTED. This powerful installation seeks to further expose the long history of stereotyping, profiling and criminalizing African-American men.