The Orange Shirt
Update: as you can see, we are sold out! We are looking into re-stocking and ask that you please sign up for the back in stock notification - that will really help us gauge numbers for the next round.
This is an orange t-shirt made in partnership with the Indian Residential School Survivors Society (IRSSS) of B.C. in time for Orange Shirt Day, on September 30th. Making this shirt was a team effort: we are donating the pattern development, fabric, production management, and packing and shipping materials and logistics, our photographer is donating the images, and one of our long-standing manufacturing partners is producing these t-shirts at cost. All proceeds minus the cost of the factory workers cutting, sewing, and screen printing the t-shirt (with no mark-up) will be donated to the IRSSS, an organization providing essential services to residential school survivors and their families. We hope this t-shirt will spark conversations within your families and communities on the history of residential schools and the ongoing process of reconciliation.
This t-shirt has a slim, retro fit and is made with our soft organic baby rib.
Materials & Care
- Content: 100% organic cotton grown and milled in the USA
- Care: Wash cold and hang dry or tumble dry
Size & Fit
- Fit is true to the size range for a slim fit, or size up for a roomier fit
- Made in the traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples