Vintage Pan-African Festival "Let's Pull Together" T-Shirt

In 1976, Kent State University created the Department Of Pan-African Studies. That was already years in the making, as the Black United Students at Kent State, the Ohioan public university founded in 1910, had already helped establish the Institute for African American Affairs in 1969, and the Center of Pan-African Culture in 1970. On April 13-16, 1988, Kent State's CPAC hosted the Pan-African Festival. This vintage t-shirt, deadstock in excellent condition, is from Kent State's Pan-African Festival in 1988. 

50% Cotton 50% Polyester

Dimensions: 20.50" Wide by 25.50" Long 

Tag Size: L

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: Screen Stars