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This International Women’s Day Racer Kyle Busch shirt . We’re sharing the stories of 12 incredible women and women’s organizations who are changing the world. We’re proud to say they’re a part of thecommunity, and celebrate their diligence and vision to work towards a brighter future. Free the Girls collects new or gently used bras and then ships them internationally to organizations in Mozambique, El Salvador, and Costa Rica that are on the ground working with formerly trafficked women. These women use this inventory of bras to sell these bras in local markets and launch their business. This unique model provides a safe and sustainable living wage while they rebuild their lives. They created their Brave + Bold tees to help raise money to purchase more inventory for these survivors of sex trafficking.
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Jolie Varela is a citizen of the Nüümü and Yokut Nations Racer Kyle Busch shirt . She was raised in Payahuunadü on the Bishop Indian Reservation. This area has terribly high rates of sexual abuse and suicide, and Jolie is a survivor. She started to connect to her homelands, using hiking as a channel, in her 20’s. Hiking helped to heal her from the inside out, and now she has created Indigenous Women Hike to help other women connect to the land and heal, both mentally and spiritually, just like her. The t-shirts her community creates helps them remember the journeys they take together. Kristina Filler lost her father to gun violence when she was 14. In the wake of the Parkland shooting and the March For Our Lives movement, she designed her Hold Your Fire shirt in the hopes of sharing a message of peace. She’s spoken at rallies, hosted events, and even created a workout guide inspiring others to join her in her mission. Gabby Frost created the Buddy Project in 2013 with the vision of preventing suicide by pairing people as buddies and raising awareness of mental health issues. They believe that no one deserves to feel alone and everyone deserves to have a supportive friend in their lives. Since the start of this project 6 years ago, over 220,000 people have signed up for a buddy. She’s created a line of encouraging t-shirts with messages such as “You have a purpose on this planet” and “Kindness Matters”.