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We’re Ceasing Support for the ACLU, and throwing our hat in for The Southern Poverty Law Center

When we created this project, we had three layers in mind: the individual wearing the shirt, the orgs making the shirts (us designing/distributing, as well as the printers and textile manufacturers), and the orgs the profits would support (initially, the ACLU and hues). Our goal was that all three layers would work symbiotically to enact justice.

We believe that individuals and organizations choose how they show up: you can show up for justice, or allow injustice to proliferate in your absence.

Since launching this project, the ACLU has taken several steps in a direction we cannot support. Most recently, their decisions to represent Milo Yiannopoulos in a free speech lawsuit and to defend white nationalist protestors were the final two-punch combo that knocked us our of their corner.

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Welcome to Every Shirt is Political, where every shirt is political, and 100% of proceeds support justice orgs

If you’ve marched, protested, or named yourself a member of the resistance, you’re in the right place.

We created this project to recognize several truths.

One, that every action we take, and every inaction we take, is political. Either it takes a step toward progress, or allows oppression push us back. This is the essence of our manifesto: you get to choose how you show up.

And a lot of us are showing up.

Many of us are mobilized, organizing, and working to resist Trump, Fascism, Racism, and other manifestations of oppression, but we struggle to bring these circles together — or to bring those actions into our daily lives. We put on our marching hat, then take it off when we go to work. This isolates us, and stymies our causes.

How do we show up every day? Continue reading Welcome to Every Shirt is Political, where every shirt is political, and 100% of proceeds support justice orgs