Brain Dead Calls on Past Collaborators To Support LBTQ and Anti-Racism Causes

“This isn’t a ‘call out’ or a way to make them look bad. It’s just to ignite unity to do good!”

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After generating over $500,000 USD with its Dev Hynes collaboration, Brain Dead is now calling upon its past collaborators to join in its push for positive change.

Taking to Instagram, the Los Angeles-based label posted a collage of its past team-ups with The North Face, Converse, Reebok and Carhartt WIP asking them to support the LBTQ and anti-racism causes at hand. Looking for new ways to assist the movements, Brain Dead is suggesting to match their donation or work on a project with or without them to raise money or awareness.

At the end of the caption, the brand notes, “just to clarify this isn’t a ‘call out’ or a way to make them look bad. It’s just to ignite unity to do good!”

Check out Brain Dead’s call to action below.

In case you missed it, the Bank of America recently announced a $1 billion USD contribution to help address racial inequality.

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