“Our Bodies Deserve Respect” Tote

Embellished with a design by visual artist and trans activist Xavier Schipani, the “Our Bodies Deserve Respect” Tote is part of a collection of apparel and accessories from Noise For Now—a non-profit focused on reproductive justice and healthcare. The organization keeps 10% of proceeds from sales (in order to cover operations) and the other 90% goes to Texas Health Action’s Kind Clinic as well as …

“cultivate freedom, fund abortion” Sweatshirt

The Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts is a non-profit dedicated to funding and supporting access to abortion for the state and beyond. Their ethos “cultivate freedom, fund abortion” adorns this classic sweatshirt (below a floral design). The garment is available in sizes small to 5XL. All proceeds from its sales go directly to the organization to support their critical, life-saving work.

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Producing Protein From Air Using Solar Energy Helsinki-based cellular agriculture pioneer Solar Foods intends to produce 100 tonnes of their alternative protein, Solein, per year upon the forthcoming opening of their commercial-scale factory. This output could be transformed into four or five million meals annually. The food-tech company utilizes microbes harvested from soil, along with solar-powered electricity and air to create Solein. Pasi Vainikka, the …