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Pink Shirt Day

On February 23, 2022 Canadians will take a stand against bullying and wear pink shirts to show their support for safe and inclusive schools, workplaces and communities.

Take a stand against bullying with Pink Shirts and Hoodies designed by Bayja Morgan-Banke from Toquaht / Secwépemc. 

Order pink t-shirts and hoodies for your school or organization, and show your support for safe and inclusive schools, workplaces, and communities! Proceeds support Indigenous community programs and anti-bullying initiatives across Canada. 
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T-shirts: $12.99 Each

Hoodies: $27.99 Each

Artwork designed by Bayja Morgan-Banke from Toquaht / Secwépemc. 

The Toquaht are the people of Toquaht Bay, Mayne Bay and western Barkley Sound, and are one of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nations who have lived along Vancouver Island's west coast for over 10,000 years.

Artist Statement: 

"To stand up for those weaker than ourselves regardless of consequence is one of the strongest acts of love we can show one another. When we choose to use our strength to protect rather than to harm others we make the world a better place for at least one person. The eagle represents wisdom, strength, and courage. I believe that to achieve a kinder world for our children we need to have the wisdom to think before we act, the strength to defend one another, and the courage to stand up and take action. We lead by example for our youth and showing them love with the definition of unconditional is the most important thing to ensure them the most success raising the next generation." 

  • While supplies last

  • Shipping included for orders of 12 or more

  • The minimum order is 12 T-shirts or 12 Hoodies for free shipping

  • Contact us at pinkshirt@indigenousprinting.ca or call 877-705-7322 for custom or bulk orders 

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