WHO WE ARE
We are an abolitionist screen printing collective creating art, clothing, and educational materials to inspire a world without revenge. We employ formerly incarcerated people and donate to abolitionist grassroots organizations.
We believe justice is based in accountability, healing, and transformation
We define accountability as understanding one's harm, choosing transformation, and committing to systemic change
We believe revenge does not achieve accountability, healing or transformation; and that punishment does not achieve safety.
Most importantly, we believe every human being is inherently valuable and capable of transformation.
WHAT WE DO
We are artists and screen printers by trade. We create and print art on paper goods and clothes to make the goals of abolition and the issues of the prison industrial complex visual and accessible in peoples every day lives.
We employ formerly incarcerated people in screen printing, quality control, fulfillment, and design; paying fair wages and healthcare benefits.
We create accessible and shareable campaigns and toolkits for current justice campaigns.
We humanize justice impacted people by writing their life stories and fund, curate, and publish journalism related to prison issues.
We are worker owned by a multiracial group of people impacted by incarceration. Our only non-impacted employee-owner is our founder, who created Forgive Everyone to raise money for the abolitionist movement.
FUNDING GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS
We donate 20% of our profits from our merch store directly to abolitionist grassroots organizations working to improve the lives of directly impacted people in the United States; both during and after incarceration.
NOTICE: We are currently donating our 20% percentage of proceeds to the COVID-19 Emergency Release Bail Fund.
HOW WE FUND IT
We also have a Patreon where individuals can support us monthly.
The best way to support our organization is by purchasing a piece of art or clothing from our store.