Transformative T-Shirts are about transformative storytelling. We believe everyone has a story, and when we take the time to listen closely, to celebrate each other’s voices, to hear and be heard. Stories can change everything.
Grace Lee Boggs was an activist, a feminist, and a writer. She advocated for Black Marxism, Intersectional Feminism, and the Black Power Movement. She passed away in 2015, but before her death she published The Next American Revolution: Sustainable Activism for the Twenty-First Century.
Audre Lorde is a Black, lesbian, womanist, poet, and a feminist. She advocates for gender and racial equity as well as LGBTQ+ rights. Her poetry speaks of her lived experiences both good and bad, and embraces the whole spectrum of emotions that normalizes all of it.
bell hooks is a Black author on feminism and her identities’ relationship with oppression for the transformation of social structures. hooks lower cases her name as to bring attention to dismantling intersecting systems in which seeks perfection in a world whose natural tendency is towards diversity.
Winona LaDuke is an Indigenous activist from the Ojibwe Nation. She has committed her life to protecting the Earth from exploit and Indigenous women’s rights. Recently, LaDuke has went to Standing Rock in solidarity with Water Protectors to advocate for sustainability and bettering our relationship with the Earth.
Dolores Huerta is a Latinx community organizer, activist, and “a Born-Again Feminist”. Huerta lead a worldwide movement calling for workers to come together to form labor unions, organized strikes and boycott produce that did not guarantee the rights of laborers in the fields.