All Very Goods, Oak Bluffs and Other Beaches Scarf

Based in Washington, D.C., All Very Goods explores identity and representation through visual metaphors of African-American history, adaptation and cultural evolution.

Highlighting the timelessness and immutability of Black joy, this scarf highlights 4 historic Black beaches that were created for and by Black people as safe spaces. Featuring the below beaches, this large cotton scarf is perfect for a head wrap, sarong, beach cover up, beach blanket, wall hanging or throw. 

  • The Inkwell andOakBluffs, Massachusetts - This beach islocated on the island of Martha's Vineyard and is part of the long standing African American community on the island.
  • Highland Beach, Maryland - This beach was founded in 1922 by Charles Douglass, the son of Frederick Douglass.
  • Sag Harbor, New York - This beach was popularized in the 1940's by Black New Yorkers looking for summer homes.

—100% cotton, 48 × 48 in.
Gently hand wash and line dry; fabric will soften with use and washing