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Every Wednesday, Complex Style publishes a post highlighting a series of street brands to put on the radar. But these days everything has changed, and the focus has shifted to supporting the anti-racist protests of Black Lives Matter. This is what the streetwear newspaper has done with a list of signatures that have used its platform to help the cause. From Freshjive to Chinatown Market, choose the one that most represents your values.

Black Lives Matter t-shirts

STREETWEAR MANIFESTS ITSELF

Freshjive reissues its graphic t-shirt ‘Black is not a Crime’ for the cause. All proceeds will be donated to the Equal Justice Initiative, a (non-profit) organization committed to ending mass incarceration and police brutality in the United States.

Black Lives Matter t-shirt

The skatewear brand Andrew printed a graphic on their t-shirt with a clear message: FUCK RACISM. All proceeds will be donated to the (F)empower Community Bond Fund. At the same time, Brain Dead joins the movement with a t-shirt that calls for the vital protection of people of color. “If you love black culture, protect black lives.”

Black Lives Matter t-shirt

Now Denim Tears‘s tears fall bloody from the injustices of the Black Lives Matter and he throws a graphic t-shirt of the 1992 Los Angeles riots, of a man with a peace sign in front of a burning fire. On the back, there’s a quote from James Baldwin. All proceeds will be donated to Camp Know Your Rights by Colin Kaepernick, which provides multiple resources to empower black communities.Black Lives Matter t-shirt

Beyond these brands, others like Chinatown Market, One of These Days, Kito, Do Not Disturb, Canal, Much More, Freddie Gibbs, Simplistic.US have manifested through graphic t-shirts with messages that call for equality and real justice in a world of political and social instability.

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