Protest Wear


Your DGB for today is to suit up for The Resistance.

You’ve probably heard that Nike has landed on Trump’s shitlist due to their embrace of spokesman Colin Kaepernick with their new Just Do It campaign.

In the flurry of hysterical sneaker-burning and buying that followed, you may have missed another company boosting a progressive movement. Levi Strauss & Co., which has never been embroiled in a child labor scandal, pledged $1 million to support activists trying to end gun violence. CEO Chip Bergh explained the decision:

"It's inevitable that we're going to alienate some consumers, but we can no longer sit on the sidelines and remain silent on this issue."

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You’ll need those jeans and sneakers for all the canvassing and protesting you’re sure to continue doing for the foreseeable future.