• Free the Homies Crewneck
  • Free the Homies Crewneck
  • Free the Homies Crewneck
  • Free the Homies Crewneck
  • Free the Homies Crewneck
  • Free the Homies Crewneck

Free the Homies Crewneck

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"For the first 199,000 years of human history, indigenous human societies maintained safety mostly by building strong relationships, and taking collective care of one another - like many of us do today in our families.

What must we do to get back to that, stop the raging punishment industry, and Free the Homies?"

Designed and printed with care by formerly incarcerated people and our loved ones.

- Premium heavyweight crewneck sweatshirt, 8.25oz 280GSM
- 3-end-fleece
- Chocolate colorway
- Screen printed in-house
- 80% combed cotton, 20% recycled poly
- Double-needle topstitch
- Twill-tape reinforced neckline

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How We Live For Everyone

  • employ local people who have been impacted by incarceration.
  • pay above living wages and share profits equitably.
  • provide free health, dental, and life insurance.
  • integrate with nature by prioritizing natural and recycled/recyclable materials.
  • learn more about why we create and how we live
Product Details

premium heavyweight crewneck sweatshirt
3-end-fleece
gender-neutral cut
chocolate colorway
screen printed in-house
80% combed cotton, 20% recycled poly
8.25oz 280GSM
double-needle topstitch
twill-tape reinforced neckline

Back Reads: Decarcerate, Deinstitutionalize - Free the Homies - Prisons were not used as government-issued punishment until 1865. When the 13th Amendment of the United States Constitution "reformed" slavery to only being legal as punishment for a crime, the $3.5 Billion dollar United States slave industry changed into the now $10.5 Billion dollar prison industry (conservative estimates)

Prior to this, and for the first 199,000 years of human history, indigenous human societies maintained safety mostly by building strong relationships, and taking collective care of one another - like many of us do today in our families.

What must we do to get back to that, stop the raging punishment industry, and Free the Homies?

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Denise

Bought this for my sibling!!! They loved it!!! Will be supporting this dope business in the near future

Our designs grow and transform as our politics do.

We replaced the word “Rehabilitate” in our original "Decarcerate, Rehabilitate" design because it implies incarcerated people are broken and must be fixed by free people—when free people are the ones who believe in and resource the violence of incarceration in the first place. We all have room to heal.
We moved Decarcerate to the back and put it next to Deinstitutionalize, to demand this healing happen in the community as opposed to in institutions of violence, revenge and shame.