Commercial Square Society
Black and Gold
The Commercial Square Society was also birthed as a form of protest. After a journey to America to find their fortune, society members observed the dreadful treatment of the Native American population. Upset by what they saw they decided to wear North American Indian costumes to raise the profile of the Native Americans’ plight. This costume was so popular that it did not take long before the Indian motif became the society’s leading costume and emblem, still worn to this day.
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