Size: 1 x 1 / Brass material, soft enamel, gold plated / Flathead deluxe luxury clutch
The term "Black Girl Magic" isn't new. It has long been a phrase to instill self confidence and self pride in the minds and spirits of young Black girls who are often misrepresented in society.
In December of 2017, Atlanta mayoral candidate Keisha Lance Bottoms won an intense run off with her opponent Mary Norwood to become the city's second black female mayor. In her acceptance speech, she stated that "Black Girl Magic was real."
At MyPinGame.com, we created a special custom pin to commemorate the power "Black Girl Magic" and how it relates to the common day-to-day woman. Being that we're all men, we felt that it was important to incorporate the energy and decision making of the very women we're celebrating with this pin. The final design and the two color options: a purple ombré with gold stars, and a solid white with gold stars, were selected by a special group of women who represent Black Girl Magic in their every day lives.