Put up some encouraging decor like this "gonna be okay gonna be okay" hang sign made by empowered Kenyan artisans in collaboration with artist Kristen Peers. Perfect for small spaces in a classroom, office, or gallery wall!
+ Made in Kenya
+ Dimensions: 6in x 7in
+ Natural canvas + black screen print
+ Wash and care: 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 the ironing board and iron on low/medium heat. Do not iron on the 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 a dryer to get rid of wrinkles/creases.
Imani Collective started in a small village outside of Mombasa, Kenya. The founder, Jenny Nuccio, traveled there looking to help fund education projects for kids. As she got to know the families she realized that the children who were struggling the most came from single-income homes where their mothers did not have many job opportunities and often sold fruit for mere pennies a day. Jenny fell in love with the people and decided to move to Kenya full-time to learn from and invest in the community. Through broken English and Swahili, she and the sixteen women awkwardly laughed their way into a deep friendship and mutual partnership. They taught her how to cook over an open fire, how to wash her clothes, and of course, how to carry her water like a local. In return, Jenny taught them how to sew. Through creating this collective, she realized they were not just better together, they are their best together.