We Go High Black Connect Cord
We Go High Black Connect Cord
We Go High Black Connect Cord
We Go High Black Connect Cord
We Go High Black Connect Cord
We Go High Black Connect Cord

We Go High Black Connect Cord

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An Encouragement: By Michelle Obama to “go high” regardless of how it feels, how it looks or what anyone else is choosing. 

 

A Reminder:  To all of us that even “when [others] go low, we can [and must choose to] go high.” That when we go high we honor ourselves, we shine light and we build opportunities to create a more just and beautiful world.


For each We Go High bracelet you buy, 
10% of the profits will be donated to  The Human Library International and Obama Foundation Girls Opportunity Alliance (more info about nonprofits below).* And 100% of the remainder will support a Black Female-owned business.

Custom created for you and One Of A Kind—Like YOU.


Description & Details: 


A statement gold plated heishi disc bracelet encasing the words “We Go High.” 

 

• Gold plated Heishi Flat Round Disc (6mm)

• Black Letter beads (6mm)

• Strung on a clear stretchy cord 


Available for Women and Men.


How to Determine Your Bracelet Size:

• Wrap sewing measuring tape or thin strip of paper/ribbon SNUGLY around wrist

• Mark length and measure that marked length with a measuring tape or ruler

• Select your closest size from the drop-down menu 


Sizing & Styling: 

Connect Cords are designed to be worn at the wrist and will have some stretch. Please do not add any extra length when measuring.

If you’re between sizes or you’d prefer to wear the Connect Cord more like a looser bangle, please size up to the next available option. 


*About Non-Profits BLM Cord Supports:

•The Human Library International: Builds bridges by providing opportunities to learn from and about each other—as those from all backgrounds volunteer to share their experiences and “whys.” 


•Obama Foundation Girls Opportunity Alliance: Building societies by societies by making education available to girls globally.