THE HONORABLE Throw Blanket
Our customers tell us ALL the time how soft and warm our Throw Blankets are (the secret: Sherpa fleece). Even better, they get softer the more you wash them. They’re a perfect addition to any living room couch. Featuring a crisp, vivid design on the front with a reverse white side.
- Available in three sizes
- Crafted with 100% polyester and sherpa fleece
- Printed design on front with reverse white side
- Machine wash with cold water on gentle cycle, tumble dry low
- Do not iron or dry clean
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INSPIRATION BEHIND THE ARTWORK:
Elijah Muhammad, son of a sharecropper, was born into poverty in Sandersville, Georgia, on October 7, 1897. After moving to Detroit in 1923, he met W. D. Fard, founder of the Black Separatist movement Nation of Islam. Muhammad became Fard’s successor from 1934-75 and was known for his controversial preaching. His followers included Malcolm X and Louis Farrakhan. He died February 25, 1975, in Chicago.
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