Juneteenth Polish: "Free-ish Circa 1865"


BGL is inspired to create a beautiful polish commemorating Juneteenth, which celebrates June 19, 1865: the date that enslaved Black Americans in Galveston, TX. learned of the end of slavery. Slavery was supposed to have ended on January 1, 1863. Sadly, these enslaved people weren't alerted until much later, which was a heinous crime against humanity!

"Free-ish Circa 1865" is a beautiful black crelly full of assorted UCC Mega flakies, gold flakies and accented with red, green & gold glitters. These rich colors are symbolic of the Universal African/Pan-African RGB flag.ā¤šŸ–¤šŸ’š

This polish is proudly a F.U.B.U. item, so thank you in advance for supporting a commemorative item that's crafted by a Black woman!!

This beautiful polish will only be available June 1st- July 4th annually.