Fight Fascism with Fashion

$2 from each sale will be donated to help refugee kids. Will post updates here and on Facebook throughout February.

Update: we’ve gotten some traction on our shop at Threadless, and have free shipping available until 12:00pm on Valentine’s Day for orders over $45. Here’s the code: VDAY1084a3

We’ve had a lot of success at launching our first publication, which is dedicated to chronicling the Indivisible movement across the country. Hundreds of writers have shared their heart-felt thoughts, feelings, and frustrations about the new political reality we’re now facing.

The publication was born out of a desire to do something — anything — to combat the hatred, racism, and intolerance that’s poisoned our politics. While we’ve still got it pretty good here in America, there are people suffering in other parts of the world, and we wanted to use this publication to make an impact, even if it’s a small one.

We’re hoping to raise money by making our newly-designed shirts available on Threadless. We’re not sure how much this project will raise, or even if it will raise anything at all — but we’re hopeful that we can do something small to pitch in by donating $2 from each sale to a charity that helps refugee children.

The design is simple: it shows a divide between red and blue, brought together visually by a white stripe and star that together form an “i”, the first letter of the Indivisible movement. You’ll see it as our avatar on this publication.

If you haven’t yet had a chance to read anything written by the hundreds of writers who have already submitted to our fast-growing publication, we invite you to head on over and take a look. There is some inspiring work, as people are thinking through what the results of the most recent election mean to them.

The America we envision is one that’s inclusive and takes on the mantle of moral leadership in the world with pride. It’s an America that opens it’s doors to those who are in need, and defeats terror by being brave and showing resolve, not by cowering behind walls and borders.

Once we learn how much we’ve raised, we’ll be sure to let you know here and on our Facebook page, so we invite you to follow along. Feel free to comment or reach out to us there with any questions, and we’ll be in touch. Please like, share, and pass this on to a friend!

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