With the continued use of excessive force by the police it seems more and more like being black is the only crime that people commit when encountering authorities. The system needs to be fixed so that black people are assumed innocent until proven guilty instead of the other way around.
Tee is 65/35 Poly/Cotton
Tee is made using the sublimation process where the ink adheres to the fibers of the fabric so there will be no cracking or peeling.
There will be slight fading after the first wash which gives it the popular vintage look.
Because of different computer settings the colors might not always appear exactly as shown in the picture.
20% of the proceeds from each shirt will be donated to the Equal Justice Initiative (the firm that the book and movie, Just Mercy, was based on). This organization is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United Stated, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society. They also help to educate the community about racial injustice by engaging in conversations about the legacy of racial injustice through groundbreaking reports and interactive websites, lesson plans, and powerful films like Just Mercy and the HBO documentary True Justice that underscore the urgency of reform. For more information about this company visit their website. https://eji.org