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Helping Hands Shirt

by Eighth Generation SOLD OUT
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About this Design: This design, which depicts two interlocked hands (and arms), was originally created as a logo for Huy, a nonprofit organization that advocates for the spiritual and ceremonial rights of jailed American Indians.   Since Huy is a Coast Salish greeting meaning "we never say goodbye," the design is intended to illustrate that philosophy.  It has also been described as representing the "cyclical nature of support."

I later hand-painted this design on a hand drum that was sold to raise money for Good Thinking for All My Relations, a nonprofit that provides food and other basic needs to poor tribal communities across the USA.

5% of the profit made from this design will be donated to Huy at the end of the year.


About this Shirt: This District Made brand shirt is super soft with a light texture that gives each shirt a unique character. Please expect slight color and texture variations.

  • 4.4-ounce, 50/25/25 poly/ring spun cotton/rayon




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