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No justice no peace

 Long sleeve shirt

No justice no peace - Activist Long sleeves




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Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt


Great for tossing around the pigskin in the fall or for layering in the winter, this long sleeve t-shirt should have a place in every man's drawer. The heavyweight fabric makes this item a versatile must-own for every season — it's not too light for chilly days, and not too heavy for the warmer ones — it's just right.
  • 100% cotton (heather gray: 90% cotton, 10% polyester; heather black: 50% cotton, 50% polyester; light heather gray: 98% cotton, 2% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5 oz (heavyweight)
  • Double-stitched collar and waist
  • Reinforced shoulder construction maintains shape after repeated washings
  • Ribbed collar and cuffs
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Style: Men / Unisex
Fit: Normal fit
Product Type ID: 23
SID: ZbJEw03qDlsGEXGdrNly-23-18
DID: 12745602

Product measures: Men's Long Sleeve T-Shirt



Fit: Normal fit


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No Justice No Peace Long sleeves



"No justice, no peace" is a political slogan that originated during protests against acts of ethnic violence against African Americans. The slogan became associated in the late 1980s with Black protests against racist and police violence in New York City. The phrase calls attention to the persistent failure to hold police accountable. But the concern about justice also extends to education, economics, health, and more. If justice isn?t done in the face of such chronic injustice, the slogan says, we?re going to continue to disturb the peace until it is. Second, the expression speaks to a basic moral logic: Without justice, it?s not possible to have peace.



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