The shirt for everyone! These are premium made in the USA tee's (like American apparel without the creepiness and bad labor practices) that are printed with union labor by Graphic Communications International Union 1156 out of Rochester, NY.
Dark Heather Gray Tee: Bella + Canvas 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton. Standard Sizing.
Purple Tee: Royal Apparel 100% combed ringspun cotton. Standard Sizing.
Art by Destiny Design Co. It will say "Street Fight Radio" between the shoulder blades on the back.
THIS IS A PRE-ORDER PRICE. You can order through the rest of June. I will send the final order on July 1st. It takes two weeks to make the shirts. I would expect pre-orders to arrive at the end of July. After that, I will put any remaining stock in the store.
If you can't afford a $28 shirt we are offering an option to split the cost (we'll cover shipping). Select "Discount" and "Tee" and put down $14 on a shirt and we will attempt to find someone willing to pickup the other half.
If you want to help someone out and pay for half of their shirt. Select "Comrade" and "Tee" from the drop down menus and your $14 will go towards assisting a Street Fighter in need.
10% of sales after processing fees aka $2.68 from every shirt sold will be donated to the MOZAIC center in Columbus, OH. A wellness program and community space for transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary people of color ages 13-29
"Among the 3.3 million HIV testing events reported to CDC in 2013,
the percentage of transgender people who received a new HIV diagnosis was more than 3 times the national average.
From 2009 to 2014, more than 80% of the new HIV diagnoses among transgender people in the United States were among people of color.
Multiple barriers account for this disparity, including a lack of cultural humility in healthcare providers and a lack of access to housing, food, transportation, and job opportunities. We seek to remedy this by creating a safer community space and resource center with peer mentoring, peer storytelling, rapid HIV testing, STI screening, PrEP referrals, and linkage to medical care."