Orange Shirt - Design by Haida Artist Kwiaahwah Jones

Orange Shirt - Design by Haida Artist Kwiaahwah Jones

Native Northwest

  • $16.00


We are sorry but all T-Shirts (except 2 adult large size) are gone. Thank you very much for participating in this fundraiser!

By Native Northwest

Available for pre-order. Ready for pick up at store at River Market in New West starting September 23. Shipping available.

Please note: No exchanges or returns for this product. This is a fundraiser.

About the Artwork:
Footprints was designed by Kwiaahwah Jones, a Haida, Nisga'a artist and curator currently living in Haida Gwaii. The design is featured in the Museum of Vancouver's Haida Now exhibit.

Kwiaahwah is a passionate advocate for cultural revitalization and understands deeply the impact that residential schools have had on Indigenous cultures and communities.

 A Message from our supplier About the Recipient Organizations:

This year we will be donating proceeds from the sale of orange shirts to Reconciliation Canada and Orange Shirt Society.

Reconciliation Canada is an Indigenous-led organization with a bold vision to promote reconciliation by engaging Canadians in dialogue that revitalizes the relationships between Indigenous peoples and all Canadians in order to build vibrant, resilient and sustainable communities.

The Orange Shirt Society is a non-profit organization with its home in Williams Lake, BC where Orange Shirt Day began in 2013. The purpose of the society is to support Indian Residential School Reconciliation, to create awareness of the individual, family and community inter-generational impacts of Indian Residential Schools through Orange Shirt Society activities and to create awareness of the concept of "Every Child Matters".

Please note: No exchanges or returns for this product. This is a fundraiser.

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