In 2019, four artists travelled North America to honor the centennial of The Red Summer Race Riots.
They travelled to 27 cities in 33 days to spread their message of peace, love and inclusion.
Activations were held in each city with: Peace Circles Hip Hop and Street Performances Coloring Sessions Streetwear Along the way they met politicians, community leaders, and everyday people. Their goal was to prevent future race riots by sharing themselves and their artistic gifts.
FUND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE : meaningful employment & streetwear.
In our home town of Chicago, Cook County spends about $52,000 per year to incarcerate someone*. We employ individuals with backgrounds at an entry level salary (around $30,000 per year) doing meaningful work to feed their families and heal our city. This is our contribution toward the restorative justice movement.
We share offices with Tap House Chicago, a restorative justice streetwear brand in the Wicker Park neighborhood.
Come shop and say hello at 1418 W Division Street.