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She wore the Jamaican flag proudly because her parents were Jamaican immigrants who settled in New York City before her birth.

 Flag Fashion is a Method Of Protest




 From the time she was a young girl, Sarai Thompson has worn the green, yellow and black Jamaican flag. Her Jamaican heritage was an inspiration for her. She wore the Jamaican flag proudly because her parents were Jamaican immigrants who settled in New York City before her birth.



 "Fashion is a way to express myself, and I try to incorporate my culture a part of that," the now-27-year-old says. Thompson is still a fan of reaching for T-shirts as well as Jamaican flag crochet tops and wear with high-waisted jeans and platform shoes.


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 Flag fashion is often seen as an accessory to sporting events and holiday celebrations that celebrate the country. Think about American-flag bikinis, worn by flag-wearing Americans at July Fourth parties and Brazilian flag Tshirts during the FIFA World Cup. "It's easy to fall to believe that flags are just innocent representations of our country of origin or our nationality," says Sabrina Strings, an Associate Professor of Sociology at University of California, Irvine. However, some BIPOC and immigrant communities can make an impactful political statement by wearing their flag on the chest, sleeves, or even the back.

 

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