Supreme has just announced that a portion of sales of its summer T-shirt sales will be donated to “benefit organizations working to protect children and aid families impacted by the Trump administration’s immigration policies.” These donations have become somewhat of a tradition for the skate label.

Supreme, of course, is no stranger to taking public political stances through social media and the very pieces it drops. The New York skate brand dropped “Fuck the President” keychains during SS17, Trump’s first season as President of the United States, and have dropped various Martin Luther King Jr.-themed pieces during SS18.

Supreme’s Instagram post, which you can view below, went on to state: “Donations will be made via Act Blue, and will benefit critical organizations including the ACLU and Kids in Need of Defense.”

Flip through the selection of tees above and let us know your favorite in the comments.

The Supreme summer tees will be available in-store and online in NY, Brooklyn, LA, and Paris June 28 at 11 a.m. local time. Japan will see a June 30 release. For a preview of everything expected to release this Thursday, check our overview here.

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