KidSuper Supports #BlackLivesMatter With a Call for Justice

Honoring those that have lost their lives over the years.

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Following its “Speak Up” release, KidSuper is continuing its part in the #BlackLivesMatter movement with a greater call for justice. Highlighting the connection of police brutality and racial profiling, the New York-based label’s #BlackLivesMatter T-shirt honors those that have lost their lives over the years.

The front of the important piece is emblazoned with an illustration that shows George Floyd and all of the faces that have gone unnoticed. KidSuper looks to open the eyes of the world to the injustices of the American system with the list of all the names of the lost on the rear. KidSuper notes that 100 percent of all proceeds generated from its latest releases will be going to fund the Black Lives Matter global network.

Head over to KidSuper’s website to support #BlackLivesMatter through its releases that call for justice.

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