Our orange unisex “Resilient” shirt is in honour of our Indigenous brothers and sisters, who have been affected by Residential Schools. This design has been made in collaboration with Frank and Barb Badger, Residential School survivors, with the consent from Chief Bobby Cameron for the use of his powerful words.
“Resilience” is a word that represents the absolute strength shown by Indigenous peoples – in the past, and still today.
The graphic on the back is in remembrance of all of the children taken too soon, with the eagles taking them home, to Creator.
ALL PROCEEDS from orange t-shirt sales will go directly to Residential School survivors in Saskatchewan.
* Please contact us directly to inquire about bulk orders.
1x1 baby rib-knit set-in collar
60% combed and ring-spun cotton, 40% polyester
Machine wash in cold water with similar colours. Hang dry.
Fit/Sizing: Measurements are in inches.
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