Abolition is Creative Tote Bag
Designed by our formerly incarcerated artist, graphic designer, and screen printer Mac (@enron___hubbard). This tee and graphic were designed to convey the creative process of prison and police abolition. This graphic visualizes that creative process by showing an abandoned police car with a flourishing garden growing in its place. Abolition is a project of rendering our punishment system and all of its manifestations obsolete through the cultivation and care of true community.
14.5x15.5" 6oz, 100% Cotton Tote
20% of the proceeds from this tote are donated directly to bail funds and abolitionist grassroots organizations. Learn more.
Screen printed, tagged, and folded by formerly incarcerated people, paid a minimum of $15 /hr with full medical benefits. We have shared ownership/profit-sharing with all formerly incarcerated employees.
We use all of the proceeds from sales to develop educational content, hire, train, and empower formerly incarcerated people, and amplify current justice campaigns. Learn about our mission here.
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.