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Happy Valentine’s Day Shirt .Come across many t-shirt brands that claim to be about. A cause that is greater than just selling t-shirts, only to find out that said cause was nothing more than a clever marketing ploy. Since the day I first came in contact with , I’ve noticed that everything about them is…well…different. They’re a brand run exclusively by marginalized youth from Portland, Oregon. Their mission is to get these young people get off of the streets and into a life more worthy of themselves as unique, beautiful individuals. They celebrate their differences and use them as inspiration for their t-shirt designs. In doing so, they’ve created a line-up of t-shirts and other gear that are unlike anything else you’ll find.
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