— New clothing brand aims to change the way African Americans think —
Houston, TX — Ronisha Smith and Jamila Sandy have come up with a creative way to promote entrepreneurship, and positive self-awareness within the Black community. These ladies believe that “to be unconfined means to step outside of yourself and destroy the box of conditioned thoughts and actions. Being confined by limitations that we impose upon ourselves can prevent us from enjoying a life worth living.”
They comment, “We call this the Human Billboard! Unconfined Reality’s t-shirts are created specifically for the go-getters in life. Those individuals whose thirst for experience and success drive them to achieve and create remarkable things.” The two founders of Unconfined Reality, also known as UnR, stated that they strive to encourage us all to share with others our experiences and expel the negative stigma that resides in the minds of others and the media. “UnR wants to adopt a community of free thinkers and empower them to be confident and inspiring visionaries,” they add.
When asked what were their final thoughts, the founders exclaimed that they wanted the world to know the importance of living a reality without limitations. “We would like you all to share your vision and most importantly, follow your dreams,” they said.
For more details about the company and/or to make a purchase, visit www.unconfinedreality.com
About Unconfined Reality
Unconfined Reality is an online store that sells t-shirts, and snapbacks. Although still new to the scene, UnR plans on adding to their inventory. UnR main focus is to provide an outlet for those within the Black community to express their love for self through fashion. Unconfined Reality was founded in August 2015, but relaunched in April 2016 by founders Ronisha Smith and Jamila Sandy.
About the Founders
Founder Ronisha Smith is a 29-year-old veteran. After serving 4 years in the Air Force, and obtaining her B.A in psychology, Ronisha decided that she no longer wanted to work for the man, instead, she decided to start her own business. She knew that she wanted to make a difference while being a positive influence within her community. She figured that she wanted to encourage more minorities to become entrepreneurs in a fashionable, expressive manner, clothing.
Co-founder Jamila Sandy is a 34-year-old free spirit. After spending a majority of her 20’s trying to figure out what she wanted to do in life she decided that her mission was and has always been to better the lives of others. Jamila decided that no education could ever give her that, this could only be achieved by providing people with opportunities, resources and information that they would not otherwise have access to.
Ronisha Smith & Jamila Sandy