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Sale PINS 2.33" DARKZIDERZ X SCUMMY BEARS - DARK SPIRITZ - PIN

DARKZIDERZ X SCUMMY BEARS - DARK SPIRITZ - PIN

$14.95 $14.95
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DARKSIDERZ x SCUMMY BEARS

The Scumlordz have teamed up with the Dark Lord of hardstyle to bring you one epic dark & sp00ky collection!

  • All artist proceeds being donated to IllumiNative
  • Sequentially numbered to 100
  • First run edition. Will never be made again.
  • 2.5" Soft Enamel Pin
  • Double rubber clasp backing

 

Sizing

2.5"

Shipping Info + Free Returns

READY TO SHIP: This item is Ready to Ship and usually leaves our warehouse within 1-2 business days.

 

SHIPPING NOTE: If some of the items in your order are READY TO SHIP and some are MADE TO ORDER, you may receive multiple shipments. This is completely normal.

 

TWO RETURN OPTIONS: Items purchased directly from our website and still in new condition may be returned within 30 days from when you receive them for a full refund. Customers have the option of free return shipping in exchange for store credit OR cash back (original payment method) with a return shipping fee. Click here to learn more about refunds and exchanges. 

IllumiNation

Darksiderz is donating all artist proceeds to IllumiNative. Scummy Bears is donating an additional $1 from all orders in June 2022 to support Darksiderz and spread his message.

  • Invisibility is the modern form of bias against Native Americans
  • The majority of Americans know little to nothing about Native Americans
  • Many Americans are not clear how many Native peoples still exist
  • Invisibility is one of the biggest barriers Native peoples face in advocating for tribal sovereignty, equity & social justice
  • Many Americans are informed by stereotypes and myths that all Native Americans receive federal government benefits and are enriching themselves off of tribal gaming.
  • Many of the judges and law clerks interviewed admitted to knowing little about tribal sovereignty and Federal Indian Law.
  • Findings show how invisibility, erasure, stereotypes and false narratives underlie the stories being told right now about Native people in the 21st century.

 

IllumiNative aims to change the narrative. Learn more here.