Natural white on vintage black.
50% of proceeds to women’s + LGBTQ health + empowerment + human rights, and other critical causes.
Right now → The National Center for Transgender Equality
NCTE advocates to change policies and society to increase understanding and acceptance of transgender people.
Responsibly made tees — printed in Minneapolis.
Unisex sizing, measured flat:
XS — 16" chest, 27" long
S — 17.5" chest, 27.5" long
M — 19" chest, 28.5" long
L — 21.5" chest, 29" long
XL — 23" chest, 30" long
2XL — 24.5" chest, 31" long
3XL — 26" chest, 31" long
* Will shrink slightly in the dryer.
$5 flat rate s/h. Recyclable packaging.
Past organizations: Radical Monarchs → The Radical Monarchs create opportunities for young girls of color to form fierce sisterhood, celebrate their identities and contribute radically to their communities. / Design for Progress → Sight Unseen's initiative benefits Planned Parenthood, Everytown for Gun Safety, the ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, Human Rights Campaign, EarthJustice, and the National Immigration Law Center. / International Women's Health Coalition → IWHC advances the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and young people, particularly adolescent girls, in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. / Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice → The Astraea Foundation works to advance LGBTQI human rights globally, with a focus on reinforcing the political leadership of lesbians, women, transgender people and people of color. / MADRE → MADRE partners with grassroots women's groups facing war, disaster and their aftermath, meeting urgent needs and building women's capacity to create positive social change. / Humane Society of Ventura County → A compassionate care shelter rescuing animals from the region's wildfires. / Moms Demand Action → Demanding action from legislators, state and federal; companies; and educational institutions to establish common-sense gun reforms. / RAICES → The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services represents separated families and unaccompanied children at the Texas–Mexico border.