UPRISERS 2021 Reflections
by Christine Kim·
UPRISERS Family Market. Where nostalgia-meets-modern market with asian snacks, memories in the CCTV-esque photo booth, and we also raised over $1k for the Filipino Migrant Center in Long Beach, CA.
Roots. This capsule was designed to inspire individuals to explore their own unique personal identity by connecting to their family roots.
Where we expanded on our core value to uplift and amplify underrepresented stories. We are proud to elevate her unapologetically unique story.
4. Kemio x Private Policy x UPRISERS gives back to Hate Is A Virus
We joined forces to deliver this summer essential unisex T-shirt. 100% of the proceeds benefit the non profit Hate Is A Virus.
A collection to honor the Legacy of Grace Lee Boggs who was a human rights activist who fought for civil, labor, feminist, and environmental rights.
Diving deeper into parts of our history so we can decolonize our future.
All about sharing designs that provoke conversations about community action, equality, and justice.
A collaboration between UPRISERS and Rewilder, a sustainable design company that revives the obsolete into one-of-a-kind objects. upcycling old tees in a new fashion.
Selling goods that are still wearable but with slight damage! We don’t want anything to go to waste!