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Standing Rock is Everywhere Boy T in New White
Regular price $95
2 left in stock.
The “Standing Rock Is Everywhere” t-shirt, designed by Emma Robbins, speaks to the collective experience of oppressed, marginalized and underrepresented peoples everywhere.
Standing Rock is the name of the Sioux Reservation of North Dakota and its tribe, whose lengthy and ongoing battle (joined by thousands of diverse Indigenous people, environmentalists, and activists) against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) has drawn international attention.
All sales proceeds from “The Standing Rock is Everywhere” t shirt will benefit the Chapter House.org.
The Chapter House is an Indigenous exhibition and community space based in Los Angeles. It is a cultural hub that explores the complexities of the 21st Century Indigenous experience; a space for empowerment and community. As art is viewed as a part of Indigenous life, it is vital to include Art as a part of discussions, healing, and solutions. Programs at The Chapter House will include ongoing exhibitions, film screenings, round-table discussions, art classes, wellness circles, and the promotion of healthy eating.
Currently, The Chapter House operates only online. By 2022, they will operate in three physical locations: Los Angeles, the Navajo Nation, and pop-up spaces in cities across the Americas.
To learn more about The Chapter House, please visit Thechapterhouse.org.
100% Cotton, Made in Peru and printed in Brooklyn
Now more than ever, 6397 is drawn to the work of the Navajo Water Project, a non-profit, indigenous-led organization registered as an official enterprise on the Navajo Nation. The project is dedicated to bringing water to the Navajo people living on reservations, more than 30% of whom lack access to running water in their home.
In collaboration with Emma Robbins, a LA and Navajo Nation-based Diné artist/ community organizer/social justice fighter, we've created the TÓ ÉÍ ÍÍNÁ ÁT'É Boy T (meaning “Water is Life” in the Diné language). Emma works in partnership with the Navajo Water Project to secure access to safe drinking water to her community on the reservations.
All proceed from the sales of this Boy T will go directly to support the mission of the Navajo Water Project. We encourage you to learn more about this important organization by visiting their website, and consider making a donation if you can.
Classic unisex crewneck t-shirt with TÓ ÉÍ ÍÍNÁ ÁT'É print across front chest
Made in Peru, Printed in Brooklyn NY