People Line Up For 'Refugees Welcome' T-shirts
After Donald Trump made the executive order to ban refugees, opponents of the ban have taken to apparel to express their discontent. According to Fox25, a T-shirt shop in downtown Oklahoma City made quite the impression with its "Refugees Welcome" T-shirt campaign.
McKenzie and Company offered to print "Refugees Welcome" in the Oklahoma state logo on any shirt someone brought in for free. It seems the promotion was a hit, with customers lining up for the free screenprinting.
Taylor McKenzie helped create the design. "I think it's people here just trying to say something in whatever way they can," he told Fox25. "If you're working in a screenprinting shop, how can you make your work somewhat meaningful, right?"
This is not the first time the shop offered free screenprinting for refugee shirts, but this time, the shop accepted donations to the ACLU.