Every Child Matters Tee

$8.00 CAD

Show your support for reconciliation with this new, never-worn Hanes ‘Every Child Matters’ tee. Made from comfy 100% cotton in a size XXL.

1 in stock

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Honor the Past, Support the Future: Pre-Loved Hanes ‘Every Child Matters’ Tee

This pre-loved Hanes tee is more than just a shirt – it’s a powerful statement of remembrance and reconciliation. The bright orange color and “Every Child Matters” message raise awareness for the legacy of residential schools in Canada. The orange shirt movement was born from the story of Phyllis Webstad, a residential school survivor whose new orange shirt was taken away on her first day at school. Wearing orange each year on September 30th, Orange Shirt Day, honors the children who never came home and the survivors of these institutions.

A Symbol of Reconciliation and a Call to Action

This tee isn’t just a symbol of remembrance; it’s a call to action. By wearing this shirt, you can spark conversations about residential schools and the ongoing effects of colonization on Indigenous communities. It’s a way to show your solidarity with Indigenous peoples and advocate for truth and reconciliation. Educational institutions, government bodies, and communities across Canada are working to address the legacy of residential schools, and by wearing this shirt, you can show your support for these efforts.

Sustainable Style with a Message

Secondhandseller.ca is proud to offer this pre-loved “Every Child Matters” tee. By choosing pre-loved clothing, you’re reducing textile waste and extending the life of a garment that carries a powerful message. It’s a sustainable way to make a statement and support an important cause.

Join the Movement

Secondhandseller.ca believes in using fashion for good. This pre-loved “Every Child Matters” tee is a great way to show your support and make a positive impact. Look good, feel good, and do good – all with this powerful statement tee.

Learn more at Orange Shirt Day.

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