Good Trouble Crewneck
In his last letter to this generation, the great activist John Lewis spoke of the pain we felt in the tragic loss of George Floyd. He said it was the same pain he felt as teenager when Emmet Till who was only a few years younger than him in 1955 was brutally murdered. He explained how tragedy is a reminder that we have to use our voice to get into Good Trouble. This Good Trouble includes taking a stand against injustice in every way possible and that stand includes Voting. John Lewis marched for our right to vote and voting is our good and necessary trouble . This sweatshirt was created to remind you to be a troublemaker for change.
52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester fleece, 32 single 7.0 oz.