Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill already had a line of t-shirts designed by Hannah and her friends, but Hanna now has a brand new TEES 4 TOGO TV web series, where she interviews artists, musicians, activists, and comedians who are part of Hanna’s T-shirt line.

Tees4Togo follows similar messaging and conversations around Hanna’s feminist and social policies. Hanna is using the brand to specifically facilitate conversations around equal opportunity, sexism, racism, and breaking societal expectations.

Each shirt is $40, sweatshop-free, and 100 percent of the profits go to Peace Sisters, a Pasadena-based nonprofit working to financially assist in the funding of local girls’ school annual tuition costs, ID cards, menstrual products, solar lights, and healthcare in Dpaong, Togo West Africa, also the hometown of the founder, Tina Kampor.

Check out Episode 2 of the web series below:

For more about Tees4Togo, check out their Twitter, Instagram, and official website. Photo courtesy of Jason Frank Rothenberg and Tees4Togo.

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