LoveLttrs4Liberation

Love Letters 4 Liberation

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Announcement    Thanks for checking out Love Letters 4 Liberation.

Over the last three years of this project, we've donated profits to a variety of different initiatives, from bail funds for Black organizers, to tuition funds and other initiatives to support Black trans activists.

Once we cover costs, contributing to the organizing and healing work of Black folx is a primary priority of this shop. After costs, contributions will be made to groups working for safety and well-being of Black folx in our communities.

Thank you for visiting the shop and continuing to support the art. Between the pandemic and postal delays more orders take a full 14 days to arrive.

Announcement

Last updated on Sep 17, 2020

Thanks for checking out Love Letters 4 Liberation.

Over the last three years of this project, we've donated profits to a variety of different initiatives, from bail funds for Black organizers, to tuition funds and other initiatives to support Black trans activists.

Once we cover costs, contributing to the organizing and healing work of Black folx is a primary priority of this shop. After costs, contributions will be made to groups working for safety and well-being of Black folx in our communities.

Thank you for visiting the shop and continuing to support the art. Between the pandemic and postal delays more orders take a full 14 days to arrive.

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Matice

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Matice

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About LoveLttrs4Liberation

Sales 4,605
On Etsy since 2015

Raisin' Up Art For Social Justice | Harvested From Tucson, AZ & Oakland, CA

This shop was born out of the craft time of Matice Moore and Shreya Shah. Our first item, the Black Lives Matter onesie, was inspired by Shreya's desire to make a gift for her nephew. Matice was immediately intrigued and set out to create the design. Folks saw the art through Shreya's social media and asked for us to create a t-shirt for organizers. The project soon morphed into a fundraiser through which we were able to give money to a variety of groups working in the struggle for Black Liberation. Shreya left the project a few months after its initiation. Her work can be viewed at: http://saltwatertraining.org

In 2017, Matice left their full-time non-profit work to develop and deepen their art practice, while continue to offer items through Love Letters. Matice runs Love Letters with additional support from a rad print shop in Tucson called the Gloo Factory/Peace Supplies. All profit from the shop currently goes toward buying paint and helping Matice keep a roof over their head :)

Shop members

  • Matice

    Fierce Founder

    Matice is a Black Gender Queer artist, dreamer, scholar, and lover of abstract art. They are currently traveling around the country facilitating workshops and making more art.

Shop policies

Last updated on December 8, 2017
Welcome to Love Letters for Liberation, an online space where we share art and apparel intended to inspire and reflect our values and dreams for the future. All of the work in this space directly reflects a love for printmaking and Black people, with all profit either benefiting Black artists, Black led advocacy or organizing efforts.

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