This suit consists of a jacket (.1) and pants (.2) worn by Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant to a protest in Ferguson, Missouri. The jacket (.1) is a black wool single-breasted blazer with a notched lapel and full-length straight sleeves. It closes at the center front with two (2) round black plastic buttons. There are two (2) inset pockets with straight flap tops, one at each front side waist, and one (1) welt pocket at the proper left breast. Four (4) round black plastic decorative buttons are sewn at sleeve cuff. There is a single vent at the back. The body of the jacket is fully lined in a black rayon and polyester blend fabric, while the sleeves are lined in a white and gray pinstripe rayon and polyester blend fabric. There are two (2) welt pockets, one at each interior breast, with one (1) welt pen pocket below the proper left breast pocket and above the one (1) welt pocket at the interior proper left waist. A manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior proper right front below the breast pocket, with one (1) spare button also sewn below the breast pocket. The wool manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior proper left front above the waist pocket, with a fiber content, style, and care tag sewn inside the interior proper left breast pocket. A hanger loop is sewn at the interior center back neck.
The black wool pants (.2) have straight full-length legs and close at the center front waist with a black metal zipper, one (1) round black plastic button around a tab, and one (1) flat metal hook-and-eye. The front closure is hidden by a placket. Six (6) self-fabric belt loops are sewn around the waistband. There are two (2) inset pockets, one at each front side waist, and two (2) welt pockets, one at each back side below the waist. Each back pocket closes with one (1) round black plastic button. The pockets and waistband are lined in a black twill stripe rayon fabric. A manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior proper right back waist, with a fiber content, style, and care tag sewn at the interior proper right front closure seam.
Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant wore this suit and shoes when he was arrested during the Moral Monday Protest in Ferguson, Missouri. Sometimes referred to as the Faith in Ferguson protest, the demonstration took place on October 13, 2014. Moral Monday brought together clergy from across the country and from different denominations to protest the shooting of Michael Brown.
This outfit consists of a suit jacket (.1.1) and pants (.1.2), and a pair of shoes (.2ab) worn by Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant to a protest in Ferguson, Missouri.
These oxford wingtip shoes were worn by Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant to a protest in Ferguson, Missouri. The shoes are made from black leather with an applied camouflage design in metallic silver, green, and brown. They lace with black braided cord shoelaces. The soles are made from black rubber with three (3) indented lines molded into the rubber around the sides of the shoes, getting thinner nearer the toes. The soles have a molded non-skid rubber pattern. The interiors of the shoes are lined in tan leather, with the manufacturer's name stamped on the insoles near the heel.