D'azi Productions
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An open edition African American motivational mousepad containing an image of segregated restrooms from 1962. This mousepad is meant to remind the viewers of the Jim Crow laws that previously existed in the South and the discrimination and segregation that those of African descent have had to persevere through and overcome in the United States of America. It measures 7.5 x 8.5 inches and has a non-slip back. It features the phrase "History" and contains the following powerful and inspirational message:

You cannot know where you are going until you know where you have been.

Edition Open Edition
Height 7.5 inches
Length 8.5 inches
Medium Poster
SKU 2214

D'azi Productions

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Janett P.

It is so important to

It is so important to understand the 'American Black Experience' and the struggles of those before us. This mouse pad is a perfect reminder. I bought it for my 27 year old son who is constantly on his computer as a small reminder of who we are. I love it!


The Black Art Depot

Great idea! Couldn't agree with you more that it is so important that we know our story and never forget it.