"gonna be okay gonna be okay" hang sign made by empowered Kenyan artisans in collaboration with artist Kristen Peers
+ natural canvas
+ 6in x 7in
+ black screen print
Spot clean only. Do not put in washing machine or dryer. If your banner is creased or wrinkled, place your banner print side down on ironing board and iron on a low/medium heat. Do not iron on front side directly on screen print. Do not use high heat. Do not keep iron in one place for too long. You can also steam the banner, but steam from the back side of the banner. Do not place in dryer to get rid of wrinkles/creases.
About Imani Collective:
Imani Collective is a community of dreamers + shakers who aren’t afraid to ask “why not?” Passionately pursuing a holistic approach to empowerment, we believe that once we realize what we’re made of, we can own what we’re made for. Convinced that we aren’t just better together — we’re our best together.
Imani Collective now employs over eighty Kenyan women + men in Mtepeni Village and Mombasa, along with half a dozen women stateside. Together, we unleash a woman’s greatness through empowerment + opportunity + community.