Cherry Los Angeles has teamed with Carrots, Wasted Youth, SHABBAAAAA Sound System and Uncle Paulie’s Deli for a Black Lives Matter charity t-shirt. Arriving in both black with white graphics and white with black graphics, the shirt aims to raise awareness around social justice-centric causes. All proceeds from its sales will also be donated to the United Negro College Fund and Black Lives Matter’s Los Angeles chapter.
Front and center on the chest is a protest-themed graphic, showing an individual holding an “ENOUGH” sign over their head while facing a line of heavily-armored police officers. This “ENOUGH” hit offers up the design’s most bold pop of color: it’s done up in red on the black tee and green on the white tee. Moving to the rear, a list of Black men and women who lost their lives at the hands of police officers appears under a “Black Lives Matter!” text hit, with special prominence given to George Floyd, who tragically passed on May 25 under the unrelenting knee of former Minneapolis Police Department Officer Derek Chauvin. Finally, the logos of all five participating brands are stamped on the lower back to complete the tee.
The Cherry Los Angeles “Black Lives Matter” tee is available now on the Cherry Los Angeles webstore, and retails for $55 USD.