With 2017 now behind us, you can reflect on all the not so subtle racist dog-whistles blown by politicians and media personalities through out that year as well as this one. You had no problem calling it as you saw it then, and you don't now. Neither do we.

 

Own it. Put it on your chest. Answer the question more efficiently at awkward family gatherings and everyday conversations with coworkers and friends who continuely struggle to grasp just how bad things have gotten.

 

$5 from the proceeds of every one of these shirts sold will go to Hollaback!

 

Hollaback! is a global, people-powered movement to end harassment. We work together to understand the problem, ignite public conversations, and develop innovative strategies that ensure equal access to public spaces. We leverage the very spaces where harassment happens – from online to the streets – to have each other’s backs, create communities of resistance, and build a world where we can all be who we are, wherever we are.

"Yes, he's a racist" - Me, 2017 unisex tee

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  • All designs and images © 2017 by SAY IT TO MY SHIRT

     

    Proceeds of this shirt go to the Boys and Girls Club of Puerto Rico.

     

    This unisex black tee is an American made Bella Canvas brand garment. Ringspun cotton provides a super soft feel, while the expertly screen printed graphic holds up to hundreds of washes without deteriorating or fading.

     

    Bella shirts are form fitting, fashion tees. No baggie, bulky, square shaped tees with unflattering fits. You'll feel as confident in this tee as you do about the bold statement printed on it.

  • Any garment that arrives damaged in any way can be returned, as long as it's not washed, and all original tags are still attached. Threads of Truth will immediately reimburse shipping costs up to $6 once we've recieved the garment.

     

    Any garment that has had tags removed, has been worn, and/or washed, can not be returned. 

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