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Nicole Bullock
Nicole Bullock • 2 years ago

The Fair Trade cotton is grown and sewn in Uganda and the shirt is screen printed by at-risk youth in Minnesota. From Uganda to Minnesota, Forgotten Shirts give opportunities to folks facing poverty. You can’t get more glocal than that. During a time when so many of us have forgotten about the lives of the people who make our stuff, Forgotten helps us remember. That’s a pretty cool story, one I like to wear.

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