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Infinite Archives Brings Back Hiroshi Fujiwara's GOODENOUGH "END RACISM" Design

With proceeds going to Rebuild Foundation
Image via: Easy Otabor/Infinite Archives

Image via: Easy Otabor/Infinite Archives

Easy Otabor's Infinite Archives label has joined forces with Hiroshi Fujiwara to revive his "END RACISM" design, originally made for GOODENOUGH in 1991.

The collaborative effort is directly in support of #BlackLivesMatter and all proceeds will be donated to Rebuild Foundation in Chicago, Illinois. With history repeating itself and police brutality still happening, the shirt is a reminder of how some things still haven't changed and that we as a people must put an end to systematic racism and stand in solidarity.

Originally the design was released in 1991 under GOODENOUGH as a powerful message against police brutality in the wake of Rodney King getting beaten by the LAPD. Another revival of the design happened after the murders of 16-year-old Kimani Gray in New York and Michael Brown in Missouri in 2013 and 2014 respectively.

This reissue features Infinite Archive's name on the front chest portion along with the words "EQUALITY FOR ALL" while the back features the same original design. "2020" is printed on the right sleeve. You can purchase the shirt in black or white for $57 now via until the end of tomorrow. Fujiwara also recently put up a pair of his personal fragment design x Air Jordan 1's for a Black Lives Matter fundraising raffle with Staple and Futura.