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Legalize LA vintage T-shirts make a comeback: A final push for DACA reform

In absence of the once US-owned American Apparel company who pioneered the Legalize LA T-shirt as an education and media advertising campaign for immigration and LGBT human rights and as an alternative private lobbying tool in the midst of the fight against Prop 8 and other inequities rising in the state of California, consider your kind contribution to this campaign.

Almost a decade later, at a much higher stake, the United States Supreme Court appears ready to let Trump end the DACA program and is considering whether Trump can shut down this program that shields about 700,000 young immigrants from deportation.

Now, as the highest court of the land deliberates the fate of some of the most vulnerable members of our society, the White House doubles down on their attempt to undo years of progress in reproductive and racial justice as well.

Fortunately, the fight can continue with your purchase of this one-of-a-kind, vintage classic; completely redesigned organic sweaters with proceeds going to UNDA Digital Literacy, a non-profit charitable organization helping bridge the information gap among the most undeserved immigrant, children, adults, elderly and disabled communities facing legal barriers today.



It’s time the U.S. says.. what must be said.

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