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Limited-edition T-shirts created for Truth and Reconciliation Day

Shirts reflect residentail school theme
Orange Shirts
Okema Clothing has created limited-edition T-shirts to mark Truth and Reconciliation Day.
NORTH BATTLEFORD ‑ Discovery Co-op’s, FF2 Get Dressed is teaming up with 22Fresh and Okema Clothing to bring awareness to the Battlefords and area on a significant issue affecting Indigenous people.

Okema Clothing Co. located in Snipe and Celly Sports Excellence from Flying Dust First Nation partnered with 22Fresh to bring to create a limited-edition T-shirt for Truth and Reconciliation Day. The design showcases a residential school child standing with their family members who are dressed in full regalia and behind them a diverse community showing support with a multicultural set of hands embracing them.

“We all have to do our part in bringing awareness to the impact of residential schools and importance of Truth and Reconcilation. This is an amazing partnership and we are proud to be a part of it,” says FF2 manager Tammy Ramsay.

FF2 is expected to receive their shipment of t-shirts by Sept. 27.

Proceeds from the sale of the T-shirts will go directly to the Saskatoon Survivors Circle of Residential School Survivors.

Shirts created with truth and reconciliation theme