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Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee
Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee

Free The Aboriginal Flag Tee

Regular price
$50.00
Sale price
$50.00

Our Free the Flag Tee.  Clothing the Gap is currently responisble and leading the #FreeTheFlag Campaign. Rock one of these products and take your stance.

Our model is wearing Size M. She is 170cm

- Long Fit

- Unisex

- Black 

- Screen print design

- 100% Cotton

 

 

The Aboriginal flag is a symbol that has united all the Aboriginal nations. The flag represented the struggle and resistance movement, now it feels like a struggle to use it. 

See. Sign. Share our petition.

What Free the Flag Tee stands for:

  • We want to free the [-0-] flag. We want the Aboriginal flag to be treated like every other recognised national flag in the world.
  • We want to celebrate the Aboriginal flag without permission.
  • We want to see more black flags in the world.
  • We want the consumer to have freedom of choice of whom they purchase their flag products.
  • We don't want to pay more for all our [-0-] merchandise.

We are turning our colours upside down signalling that we are distress and to create awareness and urgency around this issue.  

Read more about the Free The Flag Journey.

See our range of other Free The Flag merch including:

  • Tote Bags 
  • Pop sockets 
  • Stickers 
  • HoMie Collab Bucket Hat

Disclaimer to save our mooms below:

We fully respect the rights of the Owner and Licensees of the copyright of the Aboriginal Flag.

We make no criticism of any past or current dealing in that copyright. 

Our objective is to express allegiance to the Flag and celebrate it as an important symbol to Aboriginal people and to pursue free access for all those who seek to make legitimate use of the Flag as that symbol. 

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