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A Tribe Called Queer, created by Sabine Maxine, is a line of everyday T-shirts with important messages centering their community and the movement. A portion of proceeds from their sales go directly to organizations such as Black Lives Matter and ProjectQ.

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Sabine Maxine Lopez is the founder of A Tribe Called Queer, which sells a series of graphic T-shirts, hats, stickers and totes. Lopez identifies as a queer femme of color, and she also owns and operates a vintage Etsy shop called Patty Wack Vintage. Lopez believes that it is vital for queer people of color to share their creativity with others. “We are a special type of being and we're finally encouraged to shine,” Lopez wrote in a blog post. “To the world I say... sit back... we got it from here!”

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bucket hat with A Tribe Called Queer's logo on the front you can rock with any top and sunnies for some too-cool-for-you '80s vibes.

A Tribe Called Queer was founded by Sabine Maxine Lopez, a queer femme of color from Los Angeles. The brand sells clothes, stickers, pins, and more.

Get it from A Tribe Called Queer for $30 (available in two colors).

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Founder Sabine Maxine notes “People need to support Black queer brands every single day, not just during Pride! Every. Single. Day.”

We wholeheartedly agree. Support Maxine here, knowing a portion of your purchase goes towards organizations such as Black Lives Matter and Project Q, the latter which provides a variety of services to homeless LGBT youth. 

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A Tribe Called Queer was created by Sabine Maxine Lopez, a queer femme of color from Los Angeles, California. This shop has tons of queer and Black pride products that are affordable, fashionable, and make a statement with phrases like "Women of Color Are the Backbone of America." With shirts, pins, beanies, bucket hats, phone cases, and more, there will definitely be something here for you......

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Founder Sabine Maxine notes “People need to support Black queer brands every single day, not just during Pride! Every. Single. Day.”

We wholeheartedly agree. Support Maxine here, knowing a portion of your purchase goes towards organizations such as Black Lives Matter and Project Q, the latter which provides a variety of services to homeless LGBT youth. 

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LA-based A Tribe Called Queer sells a ton of awesome t-shirts, hats, and totes. This could be a great brand for any queer politicos out there as many of the products feature progressive slogans, thoughts, and ideas.

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A Tribe Called Queer was one of the featured clothing lines of the Qwear Pride 2020 Virtual Trade Show. You can still shops the items on thier website

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“I wanted people, specifically Black women and queer people of color, to wear my T-shirts and make a statement without having to say a word,” Maxine said. “People need to support Black queer brands every single day, not just during Pride! Every. Single. Day.”

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"A Tribe Called Queer for some stylish streetwear to keep them warm this winter"

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