Classic Nuclear-Free T-shirt!
Originally designed by Kathleen McCann during the Jabiluka Campaign in the 1990's, this symbol has been used in campaigns to stop uranium mines, reactors and waste dumps ever since.
The representation of a human hand has universal symbolic power, evident in the earliest mark-making. Aboriginal and stencils on the rocks of Kakadu are a testament to this, their unbroken significance a fact of life for Mirrar and other Aboriginal people. Contemporary images of hands maintain their wealth and of meanings and ability to communicate directly, and the outstretched hand showing a palm denotes STOP in many cultures.
Available in men's and women's sizes - Limited styles and colours available. Featured image is Women's Scoop neck style
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