Every Child Matters Orange T-Shirt, 2022
This Every Child Matters Orange T-Shirt, 2022 honors the children who did not make it home from Residential Schools, their families, and all survivors. While Orange Shirt Day is traditionally on September 30th, it is heartwarming to see them being worn.Size Chart.
The 2022 Native Northwest Orange Shirt, designed and modeled by Morgan Asoyuf, Ts'msyen (Tsimshian), features a dark blue circle with a human face on top with eagle wings and hands in a circular shape with "Every Child Matters" written in the centre. The circular shape of the wings and open hands of our ancestors provide protection, guidance, and safety for our children.
“Children are to be honoured, loved and respected and encouraged to thrive.
This shirt reflects the multi-generational impact of Residential Schools and the resilience of those who survived.” - Morgan Asoyuf, Ts'msyen (Tsimshian)
September 30th marks Orange Shirt Day, a day of remembrance and respect to honor the students and survivors of Canada's Residential School system. On this day, Canadians are encouraged to wear an orange shirt to show their support for survivors and pay respect to those who did not make it.
Join us by wearing a Native Northwest Orange Shirt. Proceeds above the manufacturing, administrative, and operating costs will be directed to Orange Shirt Society, BC Aboriginal Child Care Association, and Reconciliation.
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