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Inspired by the historic jazz clubs along “The Stroll” in Bronzeville, with notes of amyris, suede, and vanilla.

The name Bronzeville was first popularized in the Chicago Defender, a powerhouse newspaper with nationwide circulation in the 1920s. At the time, Bronzeville rivaled Harlem as the cultural and political capital of Black America and was home to some of our country's greatest artists, intellectuals, and musicians. “The Stroll” (State Street, from 26th to 29th Streets) was the place to be, jammed with people, brilliant lights, and beautiful jazz. Today, Black entrepreneurs are upholding the legacy of Bronzeville through new restaurants, businesses, and architectural restorations. 

Source: Chicago Detours.

Product Details
  • 9 oz soy candle
  • Burn time: 45-50 hours
  • Packaged in a branded gift box

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