Social Justice Patches 

Patches benefit social movements. $3.95, Flying M

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Xavier Ward

Social justice movements are the basis, and often bane, of the United States' history. From slavery abolition to women's suffrage, under all political milestones are ordinary citizens. Social movements ramped up in recent years, especially after the 2017 inauguration, seeking to protect what they believe is now threatened. Garb from these movements is often seen at rallies, movements and out and about on the street. Some of that garb is now available at Flying M, which is no stranger to political knick-knacks, but these patches benefit various movements and organizations. "Black Lives Matter" goes to Black Lives Matter; the "Trust Women" patch benefits the Yellowhammer Fund, an abortion access fund; the "No Human is Illegal" patch benefits RAICES, helping immigrants and refugees; and the "Protect Trans Lives" patch benefits the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, which seeks justice for transgender people.

$3.95, Flying M,


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