Black Feminists Taught Me

Philadelphia Printworks in partnership with Black Women Radicals.

The Philadelphia Printworks and Black Women Radicals “Black Feminists Taught Me” collaboration pays homage to Black women and gender expansive people who inspire us, touch our lives, shape our politics, and taught us–in a myriad of ways–about life, love, leadership, and legacy. 

The first collection in the ongoing partnership pays homage to historical and contemporary Black feminists in Philadelphia, who have and continue to shape the socio-political and cultural landscape of the “City of Brotherly Love.”

The collection is scheduled to release on Tuesday, August 16th at 12pm EST.
A portion of the proceeds benefit the School for Black Feminist Politics.

Editorial Photos by Lead and Principal Photographer: Oluwagbenga Okiemute, Assistant Photographer: India Cerdan, and Creative Direction: Doriana Diaz and Mars Santi 

Product Photos by Stephanie DeFeo.

The Colored Girls Museum

Brianna Johns, Educator

Doriana Diaz, Briana Johns, Akayla Brown

India Cerdan, Photographer

Kerrin Lyons, Videographer

Sharrelle Barber, Social Epidemiologist and Scholar-Activist

Mars Santi, Creator

Vashti DuBois, Executive Director and Founder of The Colored Girls Museum

Zalika U. Ibaorimi, Scholar

Respect and Protect T-Shirt

Black Feminists Taught Me T-Shirt

Gloria Richardson T-Shirt

Black Feminists Taught Me T-Shirt

Group photo of collaboration apparel
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