May 14, 2022

The garments emblazoned 1973 are part of a range made by Prinkshop, a US company that describes itself as “a social enterprise that creates advocacy campaigns that are designed to be worn”, and sold on Social Goods, a site that sells activist clothing.
Part of the proceeds for sales on Social Goods go directly to the the National Institute for Reproductive Health, a New York-based advocacy group campaigning for reproductive choice.

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