A beautiful necklace for a beautiful woman. Audley Moore (or Mother Moore as she was affectionately known) was a prolific woman in the pan-African movement. After viewing a speech by Marcus Garvey, Moore moved to Harlem, New York, and later became a leader and life member of the UNIA, founded in 1914 by Marcus Garvey. She participated in Garvey's first international convention in New York City and was a stock owner in the Black Star Line. Along with becoming a leading figure in the Civil Rights Movement, Moore worked for a variety of causes for over 60 years.
This necklace features stunning Swarovski crystals in alternating colors of the Pan-African flag. Our Audley necklace is 24k gold plated and features an extender chain so you can wear it at the length you desire.
Length: up to 24"