I’m in love with the LIWI68 Hoodie…and will be copping mine this weekend!
I think a couple weeks after I first heard about this powerful movement, I bought myself a t-shirt! And I am so glad I did!!!
I love this strength, dedication, passion and love behind this movement!! This movement helps me to remember that every day is Black History Month because I am part of this formidable race! I take pride in who I am, in my community and in my Culture.
My t-shirt is through-provoking, intellect, truth and style and I must say, I do wear it fabulously!!
As i end this comment, I want to say – an excerpt from my blog -http://pastexotic.wordpress.com-
(Excerpt from my blog – A very wise man, a Pan Africanist Americ…an writer, historian, professor, and a pioneer in the creation of Africana studies and professional institutions in academia starting in the late 1960s, Dr. Henry Clark once said, “what will we tell our children? At what point do we sit down and not argue about t.v, at what time do we sit down and tell simple stories about our revolutionary heritage and get it across to our children, we have the longest revolutionary heritage of any people on the face of the earth. We have fought longer and harder, and against great odds than any people on the face of earth, why do our children not know this. Because if they knew this and they loved themselves, none of them would put poison in their veins, if they knew this they would know that a code of conduct is expected of them. They cannot afford to live selfishly, their conduct must reflect the best and a whole people and when someone tries to lead them in ways not of their liking, they should have enough sense of their own selves on this earth to say ‘we are not a people that engage in things of that nature’. We are not a people demean ourselves in that way, but for them to know this – they have to know what kind of society produced them.”)
- So I thank you for this movement, because even when my mouth is closed, my ‘Liwi68′ shirt speaks volumes!!
Glad to see the line of tops are expanding! I really love my “fist” top: it means so much: It speaks to real community empowerment, and I love that. It fits like a glove too. Keep up the good work, our people need more conscious designers like you. )
I’m despoiling glad that AFRICA is back. I need to get another. The amount of compliments I’ve gotten on this tee has been crazy. Especially when I travel back home to NY . Keep up the EXCELLENT job….
Always a fan Anjel……
Amazing mission statement! Empowering yourself knowing you are here for a purpose and utilizing your strengths to positively impact your community and nation. We are STRONG, show your strength in numbers and rise up!
You are what you say you are! Truer words are rarely spoken. Thanks to the encouraging entrepreneurship of LIWI68.com a simple sentence worn and repeated, braces the factual sense of who we are as human beings. I’ am successful, beautiful, gifted, blessed and above all else a shining star. Instead of wearing Brands whom neither recognize nor appreciate the “Individual” on a positive-motivating plane, I thank Mark and crew for honoring culture, artistry and self. Giving all walks of life an extraordinary way to represent ourselves. I ‘AM” purchasing a couple for friends also; reminding others of their unique perfection on this earth. Right hand held high, Fist clenched! MARC MADNESS!!! Walk the path!
K so I wanna order a hoodie and T shirt but I don’t want to pay shipping on two items when they can be sent together so can someone email me or facebook me and let me know how I can make a shopping cart of items. Thanks
or facebook is Kwame Damon Mason
[...] just got my LIWI68- Power tee in the mail, and couldn’t wait to rock it the very next day… not to mention engage [...]
trying to order a couple of shirts so i can pay one shipping price but it is not allowing me to do so …
any way to do this – i need 3 shirts in total
When I was a kid I used to scrawl “The Fist” on my school desk, in my books and on my arm. I don’t know where I first saw that potent symbol, maybe on the cover of “Frontline” a UK Reggae compilation I had picked up on one of my secret trips into London. They didn’t like the “The Fist” at that English boarding school I was at. Didn’t understand why I subscribed to “Black Echoes”, the English Reggae music magazine when all the other kids got “Soccer Weekly”. They figured it out though when I started my first punk band, when I ran away to be part of “Rock Against Racism”. My Dad is from Jamaica. I grew up in Kenya. Black or white, that sh*t is bred in the bone!
Brian West , fellow Kenyan here you should head to facebook ,https://www.facebook.com/groups/148128698602468/?id=149649665117038¬if_t=group_activity where they a nostalgia thread on Kenya. You’ll love it.
No Men’s small? Really?
Blessings…I had the privilege of meeting you at the 2011 Luv Li Lady’s show. I purchased a men’s t-shirt and since have ordered one for myself. Now I need one for my son… I thank you for the kind words on my special day and I wish you well with your current and future endeavours.