As I’ve written before, there are not a lot of logo shirts I’d wear, because, that’s like advertising a company. On your body. For free.
But remember how I said I’d make the exception for a good cause? Well, here’s a good cause for you: 18 Million Rising is a non-partisan, non-profit organization aimed at getting Asian Americans to show up at the polls this election day, November 6. THAT’S a cause that’s worth turning myself into a walking billboard!
So I was thrilled when a package showed up on my doorstep, with these cute Blacklava (check out their cute Hapa designs, too) t-shirts courtesy of 18 Million Rising, and I promptly put on one to take my kids to Tae Kwon Do class.
And the deadlines to register to vote have passed in most states, but make sure you actually get to the polls on Tuesday, November 6 to cast your ballots. Click on the Pledge to Vote logo in the right sidebar —————>
And receive five free VOTE buttons from 18 Million Rising and Asian Pacific American Legal Center… in the language of your choice.
If you live in California, you can also check out the APIA voter guide for endorsements on statewide ballot initiatives on the 18 Million Rising Facebook page.
Plus, I have two extra 18 Million Rising t-shirts in sizes medium and large. Leave a comment below for a chance to win one! I’ll pick a winner over the weekend and ship them out on Monday.
And the winners are Angie Cronin and DJ Chuang… wear your new shirts with pride before November 6!
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Sounds like you and I read the same books as children -- I thought abo
Interesting share! We wonder why they specify "Non-Hispanic Asians" co
When you describe the trajectory of the Asian male character, it does
Actually, I found it sort of racist and sexist. It played on two stere
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