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Each brand featured is founded by an HBCU student, alumni, or supporter.


Wearbrims was founded by two brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. (Archie Clay III & Tajh Crutch), with Archie being a proud Tuskegee University alum. Fun fact: Brims is THE PHIRST Black-owned luxury hat brand to be sold in Nordstrom.

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Mocktail Club

Pauline Idogho is the CEO and Founder of Mocktail Club which creates innovative, sophisticated and healthy ready-to-drink non-alcoholic cocktails. She has an Economics undergraduate degree from Howard and MBA from Wharton.

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Tracey Pickett, a Spelman College alumna, founded Hairbrella. The company reinvented the rain hat and offers an array of satin-lined headwear.

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Tahir “Mr. Legacy” Murray is a Howard University alum and founder of LegacyHistoryPride. The brand celebrates the contributions that HBCUs have made on our entire culture.

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Eastside Golf

Eastside Golf, a lifestyle golf brand, was founded by Morehouse College classmates. Olajuwon Ajanaku & Earl Cooper, PGA are also professional golfers and have even developed a sneaker line with Air Jordan.


Partake Foods

Denise Woodard founded Partake Foods, which produces certified gluten-free, vegan, non-GMO products that are free of the top 9 allergens. The company created the Black Futures in Food & Beverage fellowship program which welcomes active juniors and above enrolled in any Historically Black College & University interested in exploring a career in the food & beverage industry.

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