Return To The Racks: Clothing Brand AACA To Return After 25 Years

During the 1990s, The African American College Alliance clothing company (AACA for short) was a fashion staple for urban youth aiming to provide a positive life direction for inner-city youngins. It was defined by the cultural impact of HBCU’s like Howard University, North Carolina A&T, Grambling State and Malcolm X College. Hip hop heavyweights like The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac, N.W.A, Snoop Dogg and LL Cool J were known to be supporters of the brand, and now, you can be too!

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AACA is pushing for a re-launch after 25 years off the racks and need your support to make this a reality. Through their Kickstarter page, you can make donations in order to get the apparel, which celebrates African-American culture, back in stores. Celebrities like Big Sean, 50 Cent/This Is 50 and Charlamagne Tha God are supporters of the brand.

A release reads, “This Kickstarter campaign will offer ultra-contemporary gear including the classic AACA logo’d hoodies, hats and for the first time in 20 years, the AACA sweat suits.” The pledges to support the campaign range from $10 to $10,000, and there is currently $42,341 raised for the campaign’s $100,000 goal. The campaign ends on April 18, so get those donations in while you can. Check out their Twitter to keep in touch with other supporters.

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Big Sean in AACA
CREDIT: AACA
Biggie in AACA
CREDIT: AACA