Donovan Mitchell HBCU Pride 2021 Letterman Jacket For Men
Historically Black Colleges and Universities, abbreviated as HBCUs, are higher education institutions in the United States that were established long before the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 with the intention of mainly serving the African–American community. Most of these institutions were founded in the years after the Civil War, which is located mostly in the Southern United States. During the time of segregation, almost all the higher education institutions significantly belonged to the white community, and African–Americans were totally disqualified for enrollment in these institutions. For a century after the era of slavery in the United States in 1865, most of the colleges and universities in the South completely prohibited all African-Americans from admission. There was an implementation of quotas to limit the admission of black people in the other parts of the United States. HBCUs were established to give an opportunity to the black community to acquire higher education, especially in the Southern United States. Donovan Mitchell Jr. is a professional basketball player for the Utah Jazz of the NBA, is endorsing HBCU by wearing this Donovan Mitchell HBCU Pride 2021 Jacket. Hurry up, basketball fans! You can have the same jacket that Donavan is wearing. All you need to do is; order your jacket before the stock lasts.
This classic men’s letterman jacket is made from excellent quality fleece material. It is fabulously designed with a rib-knitted collar, long sleeves with rib-knitted cuffs, two slant waist pockets outside, two pockets inside, and a front opening with a buttoned closure, along with the rib-knitted waist-line at the bottom edge of the jacket. This men’s lovely letterman jacket is available in a quad-color material stitched pattern (Black, Yellow, Green, and Red) with a tricolor African map embroidered on the chest and “HBCU PRIDE” Embroidered at the back.