BLACK

Black Americans are 3x more likely to be killed by police.

LIVES

Every 7 hours a cop ends the life of an American citizen.

MATTER

A black person is 5x more likely to be stopped without just cause.

We must continue to uplift black individuals as we fight against systemic racism and police brutality that unfairly and disproportionately affects the black and brown community. That is why we will donate $1 of each sale from "I Support Black Business" apparel to the following organizations.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS CAMP

AFRICAN AMERICAN POLICY FORUM

GRASSROOTS LAW PROJECT

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JAMES LIONEL JOHNSON
DOMINIQUE WILLIAMS
MARVIN SCOTT III
JENOAH DONALD
PATRICK WARREN
XZAVIER HILL
ROBERT HOWARD
VINCENT BELMONTE
BENNIE EDWARDS
CASEY GOODSON JR.
AIDEN ELLISON
QUAWAN CHARLES
KEVIN PETERSON JR.
WALTER WALLACE JR.
JONATHAN PRICE
KURT REINHOLD
DIJON KIZZEE
DAMIAN DANIELS
ANTHONY MCCLAIN
JULIAN LEWIS
MAURICE ABISDID-WAGNER
RAYSHARD BROOKS
PRISCILLA SLATER
ROBERT FORBES
KAMAL FLOWERS
JAMEL FLOYD
DAVID MCATEE
JAMES SCURLOCK
CALVIN HORTON JR.
TONY MCDADE
DION JOHNSON
GEORGE FLOYD
MAURICE GORDON
CORNELIUS FREDERICKS
STEVEN TAYLOR
DANIEL PRUDE
BREONNA TAYLOR
BARRY GEDEUS
MANUEL ELLIS
AHMAUD ARBERY
LIONEL MORRIS
JAQUYN O'NEILL LIGHT
WILLIAM GREEN
DARIUS TARVER
MICIAH LEE
JOHN NEVILLE
MICHAEL DEAN
ATATIANA JEFFERSON
BYRON WILLIAMS
ELIJAH MCCLAIN
JALEEL MEDLOCK
TITI "TETE" GULLEY
DOMINIQUE CLAYTON
PAMELA TURNER
RONALD GREENE
STERLING HIGGINS
BRADLEY BLACKSHIRE
JASSMINE MCBRIDE
ALEAH JENKINS
EMANTIC BRADFORD JR.
JEMEL ROBERSON
CHARLES ROUNDTREE JR.
BOTHAM JEAN
HARITH AUGUSTUS

JASON WASHINGTON
ANTWON ROSE JR.
ROBERT WHITE
EARL MCNEIL
MARCUS-DAVID PETERS
DORIAN HARRIS
DANNY RAY THOMAS
STEPHON CLARK
RONELL FOSTER
DAMON GRIMES
JAMES LACY
CHARLEENA LYLES
MIKEL MCINTYRE
JORDAN EDWARDS
TIMOTHY CAUGHMAN
ALTERIA WOODS
DESMOND PHILLIPS
DEBORAH DANNER
ALFRED OLANGO
TERENCE CRUTCHER
CHRISTIAN TAYLOR
JAMARION ROBINSON
DONNELL THOMPSON JR.
JOSEPH MANN
PHILANDO CASTILE
ALTON STERLING
JAY ANDERSON JR.
CHE TAYLOR
DAVID JOSEPH
ANTRONIE SCOTT
BETTIE JONES
QUINTONIO LEGRIER
COREY JONES
SAMUEL DUBOSE
DARRIUS STEWART
SANDRA BLAND
SUSIE JACKSON
DANIEL SIMMONS
ETHEL LANCE
MYRA THOMPSON
CYNTHIA HURD
DEPAYNE MIDDLETON-DOCTOR
SHARONDA COLEMAN-SINGLETON
CLEMENTA PINCKNEY
TYWANZA SANDERS
KALIEF BROWDER
FREDDIE GRAY
NORMAN COOPER
WALTER SCOTT
NATASHA MCKENNA
RUMAIN BRISBON
TAMIR RICE
AKAI GURLEY
TANISHA ANDERSON
LAQUAN MCDONALD
CAMERON TILLMAN
DARRIEN HUNT
MICHAEL BROWN
KAJIEME POWELL
MICHELLE CUSSEAUX
DANTE PARKER
EZELL FORD
AMIR BROOKS
JOHN CRAWFORD III

ERIC GARNER
JERRY DWIGHT BROWN
VICTOR WHITE III
MARQUISE JONES
YVETTE SMITH
RENISHA MCBRIDE
JONATHAN FERRELL
DEION FLUDD
GABRIEL WINZER
WAYNE A. JONES
KIMANI GRAY
KAYLA MOORE
COREY STINGLEY
DARNESHA HARRIS
JORDAN DAVIS
MOHAMED BAH
SGT. JAMES BROWN
DARIUS SIMMONS
REKIA BOYD
TRAYVON MARTIN
WILLIE RAY BANKS
KENNETH CHAMBERLAIN SR.
CLETIS WILLIAMS
ROBERT RICKS
EUGENE ELLISON
DANROY "DJ" HENRY JR.
AIYANA STANLEY-JONES
LAWRENCE ALLEN
OSCAR GRANT
JULIAN ALEXANDER
MARVIN PARKER
DEAUNTA FARROW
SEAN BELL
KATHRYN JOHNSTON
TIMOTHY STANSBURY JR.
ALBERTA SPRUILL
ANTHONY DWAIN LEE
RICKY BYRDSONG
AMADOU DIALLO
JAMES BYRD JR.
NICHOLAS HEYWARD JR.
MARY MITCHELL
SHARON WALKER
ELEANOR BUMPURS
EDWARD GARDNER
ELTON HAYES
FRED HAMPTON
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
ALBERTA ODELL JONES
JIMMIE LEE JACKSON
MALCOLM X
JAMES EARL CHANEY
LOUIS ALLEN
MEDGAR EVERS
HERBERT LEE
JOHN EARL REESE
EMMETT TILL
WILLIAM MCDUFFIE
DELLA MCDUFFIE
MALCOLM WRIGHT
GEORGE STINNEY JR.
DR. ANDREW C. JACKSON
WILL BROWN
LEVI HARRINGTON

PLUS COUNTLESS MORE...

On April 20th, we saw a white police officer held accountable for the first time in Minnesota state history for using lethal brutality against an unarmed Black man. We watched with bated breath after almost a year of protesting and public outcry while Derrick Chauvin was tried for the death of George Floyd. We won't lie. The day of the verdict at PuffCuff headquarters was an intense one. One where we were not sure if we would see justice for a man plainly murdered on video, a video seen by countless individuals across the world. The uncertainty we felt during the hearings, followed by the death of Ma'Khia Bryant, made it clear to us that while we may have ultimately seen justice for George Floyd, our work against police brutality and systemic racism is far from done.

We must continue to uplift Black individuals as we fight against systemic racism and police brutality that unfairly and disproportionately affects Black and brown communities. That is why we will donate $1 of each "I Support Black Business" apparel sale to support civil rights and anti-police-brutality organizations, specifically the African American Policy Forum, the Know Your Rights Camp, and the Grassroots Law Project. With the announcement of new anti-protesting legislation and legislation aiming to reduce police accountability, we must use our platform to stand against oppressive measures used to silence the voices of black and brown individuals throughout the United States.