WEAR THE TEE. FUND THE FIGHT.
100% profits from this tee support Until Freedom, Tamika’s social justice organisation on the frontlines of the fight against systemic racism in America - one of the countries at the epicenter of this global issue.
THIS IS WHEN YOU BUY THE T-SHIRT...
Remember money is evil. Give it to us and we will dispose of it responsibly for you. Think of this as an investment in your planet and the people on it with a T-shirt thrown in. Damn you're going to look so good in this.
THIS TEE SUPPORTS TAMIKA D. MALLORY AND THE FIGHT
After the police killing of George Floyd, Tamika D. Mallory’s speech helped the world wake up to racial injustice in America. Ex co-founder of the Women’s March, she is now also one of the 4 co-founders of Until Freedom, a social justice organisation that fights for the rights of oppressed people,with a specific lens on Black America.
WE'RE IN THIS SHIRT TOGETHER
'I put this shirt on to support Black lives. Only when we all feel their suffering can we change the world'
The Amazonian Waorani leader was one of the few indegenous activists to fight the oil industry and won, protecting 500,000 acres of rainforest.
'The Black Lives Matter movement is really for everyone and if you don't know that, then you're probably in the way of your true reckoning'
New York poet, organizer, educator and author of; Black Girl Magic, Woke and forthcoming novel-in-verse, Chlorine Sky.
'Being a part of this project is the chance to inspire people through our movements because that's our purpose, that's the reason we live and breathe, to change lives for the better all around the world.'
Marvel and Victory Ebinum
Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Victory and Marvel Ebinum are a self-taught dance duo with a unique and expressive skill set as choreographers, directors and dance teachers.
CRAFTING THE MESSAGE
We commissioned Sophy Hollington, one of the most original and exciting new illustrators of her generation, to create and craft the artwork by hand. Her work brings to life in typography, the urgency and flair of Tamika’s words, taking the form of relief prints through the lengthy process of lino-cutting. The art pieces featured on the shirt took 2 days to carve.