'47 TV Spot, 'Black Fives: Make History Now'
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Rapper Lil Bibby reads a monologue about The Black Fives written by poet Joekenneth Museau. The monologue explains that the game of basketball was deeply rooted into the city, and that people saw the game as a vessel to reach their dreams. It also recalls back to a time when all-black teams around the United States competed with each other because African Americans weren't allowed to play in the National Basketball League. In honor of that era, the '47 brand is launching a line of Black Fives apparel and hats to the public.
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