We're very excited to announce that our newest campaign - a collaboration with Working Families Party (WFP) - has arrived bringing with it a new collection of shirts, prints, and more depicting WFP's key issues.
Working Families Party is a grassroots progressive political organization that fights for economic and racial justice. They are fighting for an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy and well connected, and a democracy in which every voice matters.
That's why we've teamed up to create a series of designs celebrating WFP’s core issues. As WFP grows state by state, becoming a leading national player in the fights that matter to working families, artists around the country are helping visualize WFP's core causes to mobilize their community.
Our Green New Deal campaign premiered on March 14, 2019 in Washington D.C., at Bold V. Old, a daylong convening where speakers including Stacey Abrams, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris discussed bold ideas for our biggest problems, including the Green New Deal. On March 16 In Oakland, CA, Creative Action Network joined artists and activists at the Green New Deal Create-A-Thon, where youth artists from the Sunrise Movement and others worked on new designs for the collection. Youth activist Rio says that after seeing videos of Greta Thunberg leading student climate strikes in Europe, “me and my sister were empowered to make some sort of difference.” Rio and his sister Maddy recently rose to internet stardom when their student group confronted Senator Feinstein about the Green New Deal a few weeks ago. Maddy says she is now “trying to make my voice be more heard, go to marches, and more creative stuff, definitely!”