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Filipino Migrant Center

Based in Long Beach, CA. Filipino Migrant Center aim to educate, organize, and mobilize the low-income and working-class families of the Filipino community in Southern California and address the issues and concerns that we face in our daily lives. 10% of UPRISERS x Panda Express Limited Edition Capsule from 2021 and 2022 ComplexCon activation benefits Filipino Migrant Center.

HATE IS A VIRUS

100% net profit from the #HATEISAVIRUS collection will be going towards the Hate Is A Virus fund. Hate Is A Virus is a nonprofit community of mobilizers and amplifiers that exists to dismantle racism and hate. A movement started in 2020, Hate Is A Virus continues to amplify, educate and activate AAPI to stand for justice and equality in solidarity with other communities. We do this by mobilizing our community to participate in local and national campaigns, creating safe spaces for dialogue and education, and providing actionable steps and funding in partnership with trusted community leaders and organizations. To learn more about Hate Is A Virus, go to hateisavirus.org.

Somebody's Beloved Fund

Shop our Somebody’s Beloved Collection by MILCK. 100% of the proceeds from this collection will go directly to the Somebody's Beloved fund and its beneficiaries.These organizations are based in principles of community and healing, and are building power around the areas of: Racial Justice, Feminism, LGBTQ Rights, Criminal Justice Reform, and Mental Health. Whether you give directly to one or more of our beloved beneficiaries or donate to the Somebody’s Beloved Fund, we are so grateful for your commitment and generosity. THANK YOU. You are beloved. The Somebody's Beloved Fund is housed within the Community Foundation of Louisville To learn more and get involved, go to SomebodysBeloved.

BLACK LIVES MATTER

Thank you to everyone who supported and raised $3k to @badguild, @artsadminofcolor, @ctr4blackequity. We are continuing to find ways to support and stand in solidarity with our fellow brothers and sisters. You can read about some of our recent features and their work below. We Love Leimert: Collectively bridging generational gaps and cultivating connection through art and community Solidarity + Communion: How a Doula and an Artist are Calling for Black-Asian Solidarity The Harold Hunter Foundation: A community-based organization that provides support, opportunity, and advocacy through skateboarding. 

LITTLE TOKYO SERVICE CENTER

CHANGING TIDES: a LTSC Program coming soon 

KOSUMOSU: a LTSC Program 5% net profits from Uprisers World Gidra Collection will go back to KOSUMOSU: a program of LTSC 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. With One Of The Og — Mike Murase. Mike Is Also The Photographer For The Iconic Gidra Sisterhood Photo. We Had The Honor To Sit Down With Him, Learn The Times Of The 60'S And 70'S, And Co-Founding Gidra. Mike, Who Is A Service Program Director At Ltsc, Guided Us To Kosumosu. Our Founder Has Personal Experiences In The Past Which She Felt It Was An Organization She Wanted To Give Back To. Her Hope Is To Empower Her Fellow Sisters, And Find Their Inner Warrior For Future Success

Learn more about Little Tokyo Service Center

James and Grace Lee Boggs Foundation

Her life story, dedication to movement organizing, and audacity to chart her own path deeply moved me, and in the process of integrating all I had learned about her and her vision for a more just world, I knew I wanted to write a song in her honor. Coincidentally, my frequent collaborator, producer and educator Chucky Kim, had actually spent an afternoon in her home in Detroit before she passed. Over Zoom we shared underlined passages and our mutual reverence as we built the song that’s out today. In addition, I knew I wanted this song to benefit the movement that she and Jimmy had birthed in Detroit. Thankfully, two women I admire, artist/designer Janelle Quibuyen and Michelle Hanabusa, founder of UPRISERS, were also down for the cause. We are elated to launch the Reimagine Everything Collection, where 50% of all proceeds will benefit the James and Grace Lee Boggs Foundation. The collection, designed by Michelle, includes a vintage tee, enamel pin, oversized five-pocket tote, and art print featuring Janelle’s original illustration. HUGE thanks in advance for any who wish to support the work of the Foundation, which works to advance and sustain the community initiatives founded by Jimmy and Grace in their home of Detroit. Click here to browse and buy!

we are rooted in telling stories of the underrepresented.

Streetwear with a purpose is in our DNA. Our designs are centered around releasing impactful messages geared towards driving conversations.

But our work doesn't start here. We are a group of creatives, leaders, and doers inspired to rise together for change. Through our Family Market, Family Drive, and Neighborhood events, we reimagine the possibilities of collective work with trusted voices in our community to excerize our voice and participate in impactful experiences.

Pictured is Nohemy in our Limited Edition UPRISERS x Panda Express Varsity Bomber Jacket.