in collaboration with the talented team at alabama chanin, we’ve been working on ways to help our community have the hard talks. we do clothes and we love words, so we figured we’d combine the two in hopes of creating a soft shirt and a safe space. these responsibly-made, 100% organic cotton tees were handpainted in florence, alabama just for basic. as part of a limited series designed with civil discourse in mind. words have power and meaning, and we believe they can be used to help change the landscape of our home.
in 1955, 7053 was the number that sparked a revolution. in 2020, we hope it sparks a conversation. to learn more, please click here.
100% of the profits from this release will be donated to the equal justice initiative in honor of rosa parks and jeremiah reeves.
*images of rosa parks courtesy of the library of congress