Human Rights Shirts

I am in Brooklyn in New York (look it up, there is a Brooklyn in CT as well) at the Annual General Meeting of Amnesty International. Volunteers from all over the country get together to work on human rights issues. They also wear all kinds of t-shirts. T-shirts are clearly a way that many people choose to express their political and social views. It always
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How Many Shirts Should We Print for Our Event?

10%   That could be the article, just 10%. In thirty years of printing, once I saw 30% of a crowd at an event or congress buy shirts. That was in a perfect confluence of great positive energy and a fantastic design. Mostly I see 5 to 10% no matter how good the design is. If the design is not good, then don’t print it
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Money Isn’t Everything: Making Shirts for Good

Besides a way to make money, printing shirts is a way to do some good. We do shirts for my local Amnesty International chapter and they make money that pays for stamps and all kinds of things for the volunteers to do human rights work. Recently we did some dye migration testing and did some ink testing and tested printed on some types of shirts
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