I’m Dani Ward,

and I do lots of things.

#BlackLivesMatter is (still) not a radical statement.

Due to the popularity of the last campaign we ran (and the requests to buy more shirts once the campaign ended!), @greatersafety, @sassycrass and I decided to run another couple of campaigns. We had a lot of interest in a fitted shirt, and with the weather getting colder we thought offering a hoodie option could be useful. AND both of these items are available in over 10 colors each. They’re only available until October 21, so buy now!

#BlackLivesMatter is still not a radical statement. As I said last time:

It’s such a simple sentence. Not revolutionary at all. And yet it is, because white supremacy has a chokehold on every part of our society here in the United States (and certainly beyond).

Black lives matter. Black lives matter. Black lives matter. Black lives matter.

@sassycrass is right. It’s not a radical statement. It shouldn’t be a radical statement.

And I want to do everything in my admittedly small power to make sure that it’s not radical. That black lives are afforded the same respect, dignity, acceptance, celebration, and love as everyone else. And this is my tiny offering towards that end.

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