HANIF ADBURRAQIB Pennant

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HANIF ADBURRAQIB Pennant

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Designed by RAYO & HONEY 
Written by Beotis Creative, HANIF ABDURRAQIB

This handmade pennant is hand made from 100% cotton Carhartt canvas, machine stitched seaming on all sides with corresponding thread. Letters are black cut felt, affixed with heat. Hang string is black twill tape with hand knotted loops that go on a oak hang stick.

Collection Curated by Beotis Creative

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HANIF WILLIS-ABDURRAQIB is a poet, writer, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. His first book of poems, The Crown Ain't Worth Much was released to critical and commercial acclaim in 2016 by Button Poetry. Additionally, he is a Callaloo Creative Writing Fellow and works for MTV News, where he writes about the intersections of music, culture, and identity. Most recently, Hanif wrote the 2016 live shows: MTV Video Music Awards and VH1’s Unsilent Night.

Hanif's book, The Crown Ain't Worth Much, has been one of 2016s best-selling poetry books. His his debut collection of essays titled "They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill US, will publish Winter 2017 via Two Dollar Radio.He has been published in the New York Times, ESPN the Magazine, The Fader, MTV and The Nation for cultural essays.