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Embark on a thrilling journey through the ages with the BEEN DAT canvas print – a vibrant and thought-provoking statement piece that unravels the chronological history of the resilient aboriginal people of the Americas. From the proud heritage of American Indians to the tumultuous reclassifications, this design encapsulates a powerful narrative of strength, resilience, and the enduring spirit of a mighty people.


This captivating print traces the historical footsteps of a community that faced the challenges of being outgunned, diseased, tricked, and coerced into treaties that led to enslavement as Negros. It unfolds the saga of survival through a civil war, navigating the era of being labeled colored people, and the self-proclaimed pride in blackness during the sixties. The print also sheds light on the eighties, where Civil Rights activist Jesse Jackson, with his Cherokee background, chose to redefine the community as African Americans, creating a legacy of confusion that persists to this day.


Let the BEEN DAT be a resounding reminder of the remarkable journey undertaken by a great and mighty people. It boldly declares the struggle, resilience, and ultimate awakening of a community that will realize America is their true home, a place they’ve always been. The design not only tells a gripping story of identity reclamation but also features a visually striking and empowering graphic. Display your BEEN DAT artwork with pride, showcasing your connection to a rich heritage, and always remember to RMBR the strength that defines this powerful community.


  • Matte Canvas, Stretched, 0.75″

  • Back hanging included

  • Soft rubber dots on bottom back corners for support

  • Frame made with radial pine sourced from renewable forests

  • Cotton and polyester canvas composite with a special proprietary coating

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