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Uprisers.World

Asia Jackson

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews
$45.00

The Southern California Flower Market (SCFM) is the first flower market in Los Angeles. Established in 1912, SCFM was founded by Japanese American immigrants but has now transformed into an international hub for flower growers, florists, and visitors. Our mission as UPRISERS is to uplift and empowers stories that have been overlooked and underrepresented. Through over a century of history, we hope to share the story of the SoCal Flower Market through this collection.

Visit The Southern California Flower Market:
742 Maple Ave — Los Angeles, CA.
Open Monday — Saturday

Shop the exclusive SCFM 'SCFM x UPRISERS' Closed Sundays Long Sleeve. This super soft yet structured feel has a slight faded look for that vintage vibe. Graphic is printed on the left and right chest and a back graphic. Our exclusive 'Closed Sundays' woven label sewn on arm sleeve.

  • Preshrunk 6.1 oz
  • 100% ringspun cotton
  • Soft washed garment dyed fabric
  • Color: Brick
  • Rated 5.0 out of 5
    Based on 2 reviews
    $65.00

    The Southern California Flower Market (SCFM) is the first flower market in Los Angeles. Established in 1912, SCFM was founded by Japanese American immigrants but has now transformed into an international hub for flower growers, florists, and visitors. Our mission as UPRISERS is to uplift and empowers stories that have been overlooked and underrepresented. Through over a century of history, we hope to share the story of the SoCal Flower Market through this collection.

    Visit The Southern California Flower Market:
    742 Maple Ave — Los Angeles, CA.
    Open Monday — Saturday

    Shop the exclusive SCFM 'SCFM x UPRISERS' 1912 Reflective Hoodie. This heavyweight fleece has an amazing loft hand-feel with a DTM round draw cord with knotted end and metal eyelets. The exclusive SCFM graphic has reflective details on both sleeves, front upper chest area, and detail on the hood.

  • Heavy-weight 10oz
  • 70% cotton 30% poly
  • Under 5% shrinkage

  • Rated 5.0 out of 5
    Based on 2 reviews
    $14.00 $26.00

    5% net profits will go back to KOSUMOSU: a program of LTSC (Little Tokyo Service Center) which started in 2003. This is a transitional facility for survivors of domestic violence. They provide consultation to get housing, counseling, and life skills to provide future success. 

    Shop the exclusive UPRISERS Gidra Reusable Tote bag. Lightweight and strong with an interior pocket, this tote folds into itself to be transported easily.

  • 100% ringspun nylon
  • MEDIUM: 20x26x5"
  • $4.50

     

    Hello World,

    "As many of you who are familiar with our brand know, Noledge Productions started off as a young production company that clawed its way through to become one of the main players in the industry. It’s been a long journey, yet at the same time we feel like we barely scratched the surface.

    We’ve been catapulted into situations that taught us many lessons, sharpened our creativity, empowered us to seize new opportunities, and kept us humble. We invested. We stayed patient. We were blessed to partner with some of the biggest names in various industries.

    So what’s next for us?

    We’ve been quietly adjusting our aesthetic and rigorously pursuing new projects to hone in on who we are and what we do best. We believe it is time for us to make some noise and share some of the stories that have been brewing in our minds for the past several years. With confidence, we are proud to announce that Noledge will aggressively pursue the creation of our own original content in 2020. 

    Our team has partnered with Uprisers to develop limited hoodies that represents the spirit of our team. We were intentional with the quality of this hoodie and want to give you something more than our logo smacked on a cheap piece of fabric. This hoodie represents our willingness to elevate and do better as a team each and every day.

    The profits from this campaign will help us reach our goal of funding our original content initiative. We have already taken a deep dive in pre-production for our first short film that we plan to release around Christmas this year. Noledge has been self-funded for years, and we intentionally went through this experience in order to discover what we are capable of. But we realize that in order to grow, we need to keep striving for what is above and beyond. 

    We are investing in new equipment that will allow us to enhance our story-telling. We are building a bigger team of talented writers, designers, and filmmakers that will allow us to create content with substance on a regular basis. We want to share stories, shed light on situations that are going on in the world, and develop relationships with you, our viewers.

    We hope to make you laugh, smile, cry, and reflect. We aim to inspire you and inspire our fellow creatives to keep shooting for opportunities that are bigger and better. If we are truly transparent with you, we will always have this fear that we aren’t ready. This is common in a lot of people, unless you’re Kobe Bryant. But this is why we always aim to rise above our own doubts and hesitation by exercising our fearlessness each and every day for each and every project." —MORE KNOWLEDGE | LESS FEAR.

    Shop the exclusive Noledge Productions 'NOLEDGE x Uprisers' Holographic Sticker.

  • Holographic
  • 4"W
  • Self Adhesive
  • Illustration by BadBoyPapi   
  •  

    $35.00

    "I created the viral global movement #MagandangMorenx to combat colorism and celebrate the diversity of Filipino beauty. It is my passion and purpose to dedicate my work to the visibility and representation of marginalized people. 

    My collaboration with Uprisers was to create a capsule collection and zine based on the messaging of my purpose. It's okay to be different. There is beauty in all shades. No one can tell us who we they think we should be. No one can tell us who we are." —Asia Jackson, @aasian.

    Shop the exclusive Asia Jackson 'You Can't Tell Me Who I Am' Embroidery Tee. This super soft yet structured feel has a slight faded look for that vintage vibe. The exclusive 'You Can't Tell Me Who I Am' graphic is embroidered on the front upper chest and has graphic details on the sleeve and side.

  • Preshrunk 6.1oz
  • 100% ringspun cotton
  • Illustration by the one and only Sophia Chang
  •  

    Rated 5.0 out of 5
    Based on 1 review
    $11.00 $16.00

    We don't want any functional mask to go to waste! Although each mask has its own “flaws” (minor snags and imperfection) they do not take away from the mask’s function. Limited time and stock during our Sample Sale.

    100% net profit will go back to Hate Is A Virus — a nonprofit community of mobilizers and amplifiers that exists to dismantle racism and other forms of hate. See how you can donate. Tax-deductible!

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    Shop the exclusive #HATEISAVIRUS Black Unisex Dust Proof Breathable Face Mask. Elastic ear straps, soft material provides comfort and has a 'HATE IS A VIRUS' heat pressed graphic on the wearer's right. 

  • 100% Cotton
  • 3D Mesh Structure
  • Breathable, Air Layer Elastic Cloth
  • Resuable + Washable
  • Anti-Pollution Filter Performance
  • Color: Black

  • $26.00

    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

     

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved Tee. This is going to be YOUR everyday tee for a simple and soft comfort. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is designed by Naimah Thomas. 

  • 4.0 oz.
  • 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World
  • Made in a WRAP-certified factory
  • MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • 100% 30'Single Cotton PFD Blank

    • Grey Acid Wash

    • Front Chest Plastisol Hit

    • Back Plastisol Hit

    • Back Puff Hit

    • Individual Polybag

    • Sticker+Size Sticker

     

    $21.00

    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

     

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved Beanies in Dusty Blue and Black. This one size fits all wide knit beanie will keep you warm all winter long. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is embroidered on the front. Designed by Naimah Thomas.

  • Wide knit with embroidered 'Somebody's Beloved'
  • Cuffed hem, short body
  • Mid weight
  • 100% acrylic
  • One size fits all
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World
  • MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • Wide knit

    • Cuffed hem, short body

    • Mid-weight

    • 100% acrylic

    • One size fits all

    • 4.25" EMB

    • Woven Centerfold Label

    $21.00
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    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

     

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved Beanies in Dusty Blue and Black. This one size fits all wide knit beanie will keep you warm all winter long. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is embroidered on the front. Designed by Naimah Thomas.

  • Wide knit with embroidered 'Somebody's Beloved'
  • Cuffed hem, short body
  • Mid weight
  • 100% acrylic
  • One size fits all
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World
  • MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • Wide knit

    • Cuffed hem, short body

    • Mid weight

    • 100% acrylic

    • One size fits all

    • 4.25" EMB

    • Woven Centerfold Label 

    $14.00

    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved #SAYHERNAME Face Mask. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is designed by Naimah Thomas.

  • 100% cotton
  • Tie Dye will vary in pattern
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World

  • MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • 90/10 Polyester/Spandex Jersey Knit

    • Dye Sublimated "Somebody's Beloved" Tie Dye

    • Tonal Adjustable Binding

    • Woven Label

    • Each item is unique and one-of-a-kind


    $14.00

    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved #SAYHISNAME Face Mask. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is designed by Naimah Thomas.

  • 100% cotton
  • Tie Dye will vary in pattern
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World

  • MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • 90/10 Polyester/Spandex Jersey Knit

    • Dye Subimated "Somebody's Beloved" Tie Dye

    • Tonal Adjustable Binding

    • Woven Label

    • Each item is unique and one-of-a-kind


    $14.00

    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

     

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved #SAYTHEIRNAME Face Mask. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is designed by Naimah Thomas.

  • 100% cotton
  • Tie Dye will vary in pattern
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World

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    MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • 90/10 Polyester/Spandex Jersey Knit

    • Dye Sublimated "Somebody's Beloved" Tie Dye

    • Tonal Adjustable Binding

    • Woven Label

    • Each item is unique and one-of-a-kind

     

    Rated 5.0 out of 5
    Based on 1 review
    $70.00

    100% net profits from this collection, as well as proceeds from the song, product partnerships, and public donations will go directly to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund and it’s beneficiaries.

     

    Shop MILCK's newest Somebody’s Beloved Tie Dye Hoodie. This is going to be YOUR daily hoodie you won't want to take off. The exclusive MILCK graphic 'Somebody's Beloved' is designed by Naimah Thomas. 

  • 14oz 
  • 80% Cotton, 20% Poly blend
  • Artwork by Uprisers.World
  • Made in a WRAP-certified factory
  • MILCK aka Connie Lim is an Atlantic Recording artist who creates music in hopes of bringing her listeners more inner peace, which she believes is essential to create the outer peace we long to see in our world. 

    MILCK rose to international recognition when a cell phone video of her performing her song “Quiet” with a choir of 25 strangers at the 2017 Women’s March went viral. Soon it was being echoed and interpreted by groups around the world, from the US to Sweden to Ghana. “Quiet” was named Billboard’s #1 protest song of the year and earned distinction as part of NPR’s “American Anthem” series. 

    As a gesture of gratitude and reverence to the movement, MILCK started the #ICANTKEEPQUIET fund to benefit nonprofits that are working tirelessly to collaborate with underserved communities with the goal of amplifying their unique voices. Having “​cemented her status as one of music’s voices for the women’s movement​,” MILCK continues to use music as a means to work towards social justice. 

    When the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, George Floyd, and countless others sparked a global uprising, MILCK started to research some of the beloved lives that have been lost to systemic racism. She came across an interview of Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, speaking about her daughter’s life and as MILCK listened tears and lyrics started pouring out of her. 

    “She was somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s friend. Someone who built her dreams with every breath, whom others could depend. More than a number, more than a story, more than a memory, somebody’s friend. Somebody’s daughter. Somebody’s beloved.”

    “Somebody’s Beloved” by MILCK (ft. Bipolar Sunshine) is a heart-centered invitation for people to find their place in the anti-racism movement through exploration, self-reflection, imagination, and action. Our hope is that “Somebody’s Beloved” can soften the vitriol that is prevalent in today’s polarized culture and lead to deeper understanding, empathy and action. In collaboration with a team of activists, partners and brands, MILCK has created a Social Action Campaign as an offering and an honoring, including the Somebody’s Beloved Fund supporting 7 beneficiaries that are fiercely working towards racial justice. To learn more, please visit SombodysBeloved.com

    GO TO: SOMEBODYSBELOVED.COM

     

    • Wide knit

    • Cuffed hem, short body

    • Mid-weight

    • 100% acrylic

    • One size fits all

    • 4.25" EMB

    • Woven Centerfold Label

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