is the recently launched ethical t-shirt brand of EDUN, the socially conscious clothing company founded in 2005 by Ali Hewson and Bono.
edun LIVE's mission is to create trade and drive sustainable employment in sub-Saharan Africa through the sale of t-shirts to the promotional products market.
edun LIVE t-shirts are made from cotton grown, ginned, milled, and stitched entirely in sub-Saharan Africa.
This helps create jobs and improve the standard of living for those living there. edun LIVE also works very hard to ensure that people are treated and paid fairly
at each step of the supply chain. The t-shirts are top quality and luxuriously soft. Nothing like feeling good inside and out.
MI Fire Designs
Visit our website dedicated to supplying the country's fire departments and their friends with quality imprinted and embroidered sportswear.
A School for Iqbal Masih Fund: Broad Meadows seventh graders take their human
rights activism to a new level when they decided to honor the memory of the
slain 12 year old carpet maker, former slave, and human rights activist with
his own dream: raising money to build a schoolhouse in Masih's village in
The Blackstone Valley Sinners: The best thing to come out of Rhode Island since Mirror Image and the "Awful-Awful".
Christmas Cd available now - makes a great gift!!.
Get on the Bus: This is an annual project of Amnesty International Group
133 (Somerville, MA chapter.) A unique day of human rights education and
activism in New York City.
Farm Aid: Farm Aid's goal is to keep family farmers on their land and to
restore a strong family farm system of agriculture.
New Orleans Musicians' Clinic: This charitable institution works to improve
the health of the New Orleans music and performing arts community.
Help the People of New Orleans by helping the New Orleans Musicians Clinic.
Purchase a Bent But Not Broken t-shirt designed by Mirror Image. Your entire purchase goes to NOMC
Jim Sullivan INK: A Bostona arts and events guide with attitude.
Amnesty International Group 133: Home page to the Somerville/Arlington (Massachusetts) local chapter.
The Haiku Year: In 1996, seven friends agreed to write one haiku a day and mail them to
each other. At the end of the year, they realized that their collection of simple, critical observation had given them a new way
to look at the details of their lives.
Easy Air Guitar: Learn to play the Air Guitar from the Master himself, R. "Bud" Philson.
Remember,"If it's a Philson, it's gotta be rock and roll."
The Museum Shop at The Art Institute of Chicago.
Scott Langley: This site features the photographs of activist and
photojournalist Scott Langley.