Inspired by the sack suit jackets often worn during the late Victorian era, this coat encourages the modern man to empower others. Booker T. Washington believed in helping the African American community rise out of poverty through education and entrepreneurship.
Booker led the Tuskegee Institute, which gave men and women not only the industrial training but also the knowledge to farm in a way that helped them rise out of debt and purchase their own land. Eventually, impoverished communities became thriving communities, filled with hope and pride in their own abilities. Booker showed his strength by strengthening others.
Each overcoat purchase provides freedom and safety for survivors while also helping the L.A.P.D. arrest traffickers in Los Angeles through our partnerships with the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) and the Los Angeles Police Foundation.
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