Community support is a core value of the 1106’Zine project. Everything we do is to serve the needs of our community.
Reinventing ourselves with every release, it’s important for us to try to shed light on various important social issues in order to help local groups and organizations by redistributing all of the profits of the ‘Zine. It’s our way to actively take part in a solution.
The idea is to support & help our neighbors in order to ensure a better future for the people surrounding us.
These special edition products, in collaboration with PUMA, is introducing the notions of activism, self-reliance, and community support, the basis of a healthy, engaged and thriving society.
Proceeds will be distributed to EQUITAS, an International Centre for Human Rights Education-based in Montreal, Canada. Founded in 1967 by co-drafter of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, John P. Humphrey, women’s rights activist Thérèse Casgrain and the “ambassador of persons with disabilities”, Dr. Gustave Gingras, the co-founders strongly believed that education in the field of human rights would lead to more social justice.
- Elasticized drawstring waist for a secure fit.
- Heat press Puma logo.
- DryCELL technology wicks sweat.
- Mesh insert on the back waist.
- 100% polyester.
- Silk Screened in Montreal by The Letter Bet Press.