Black Dandyism Is Back, and It’s Both Oppositional Fashion and Therapy at Once
Shantrelle P. Lewis

Interesting article. I wish you had spent more time on how this movement could be a powerful change perspective for the black male. Two people can act exactly the same but the dapper dressed one will perceived much more positively than the gangsta look. That natural positive response will be internalized and create a positive feedback loop to self pride and confidence. I believe it would go a long way to simmer down the racism conversation.

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