A Change Is Gonna Come Black Lives Matter Charity Giclée Print- Red


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Inspired by the talented and legendary Sam Cooke and his 1964 song, titled "A change is gonna come" - a predominant and inspiring song used during the civil rights movement.
100% of the profits will be donated to The Black Curriculum.

A social enterprise founded in 2019 by young people to address the lack of Black British history in the UK Curriculum. They believe that by delivering arts focused Black history programmes, providing teacher training and campaigning through mobilising young people, they can facilitate social change. This is something we really feel in line with as a brand and want to do as much as we can to help.

Giclée printed on Munken pure smooth cream paper which is certified by the Rainforest Alliance Program for FSC® Standards.

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Based in: United Kingdom

Born from the bedroom of two sisters.we’re a two woman show, an independent British brand, creating those easy basics. Slogan t-shirts, retro inspired art prints and homeware with nostalgic soul. Our roots run deep into old boxes of vinyl. Inspired by 60s and 70s movements, muses, poets and punks. Born from a feeling, here for the future. The antidote to fast fashion we give a damn with small batch productions and ethically sourced good quality material. We are the designers, the packers and the shippers..let's roam through life like a rolling stone.

Peace out, Felicity and Johanna x

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