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SLCC Charity Mens T-Shirt

Fit:  Semi-Fitted

Fabric:  100% Ring Spun Cotton

Colour: Black/Blue/White

 

Details:

 

  • Preshrunk jersey knit
  • High stitch density for smoother printing surface
  • Seamless double-needle 3/4" collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Tear away label
  • Rolled forward shoulder
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
  • Fiber content varies by color, see color list for exceptions

 

I have a deep affinity with First Nations people. I see them as wisdom keepers who have sacred offerings to help heal the world. I perform daily rituals such as dream practices, meditations, prayer, and hold plant medicine ceremonies to reaffirm my connections with source energy, the planet, and all sentient beings. 

 

My artist name Lozen is the invocation of a woman warrior, prophet, seer, healer and midwife of the Chihenne Chiricahua Apache. I do my best to be a woman of impeccable character. One that is aligned with my higher self, while honouring my ancestors, for the benefit of all with love.  

 

I am donating $1 of the proceeds from each Mens Charity Ladies T-Shirt sold to Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh L̓il̓wat7úl Cultural Centre. The centre showcases the two First Nations communities that lived in the Whistler area. Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Úxumixw in English is the people of the Squamish villages there was no word for Nation. L̓il̓wat7úl are the real or true Lil’wat, they adopted this name when the newcomers came into their territory and mistook them for their cousins that live around Lillooet, BC. Both the Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh and L̓il̓wat7úl are caretakers of the land their culture is a reflection of it. Their history is tied to the rivers, lakes and mountains, when we give directions we reference them.

 

 

 

SLCC Charity Mens T-Shirt

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    I would like to acknowledge that I am based on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.