The front photograph captures a US flag projected onto an empty classroom at Castlemont HS in Oakland, CA. On the back of this design is the Pledge of Allegiance, stylized to resemble a hanging flag with the final line "with liberty and justice for all" isolated & accented.
10% of profits from this item go to support Youth Radio.
Waleed is 6’1”, wearing size L
Tizzy is 5'5", wearing size S
90/ 10 cotton modal blend for luxury, soft touch and finish
Made in Los Angeles, USA
Standard relaxed fit
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This collection is designed to highlight realities in educational equity and (in)equality in the US. Our designs explore the differences in how this country invests in education across demographic groups.
What does it mean to be American? In our textbooks, America is a country united by the principles of liberty, justice, and equality. But do we extend these values to our most vulnerable citizens?
In 1973San Antonio V. Rodriguez, the Supreme Court ruled that there is no Constitutional right to an equal education. While acknowledging that the system of school financing is neither fair nor balanced, the Court declared that the federal government has no obligation to make it so.