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  • Solid color t-shirts are 100% cotton; heather grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester; charcoal heather is 52% cotton, 48% polyester
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  • 4.2 oz (145g), but if that’s too light, try our heavier Classic T-Shirt
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Erawan, Hmong and Lao Inspired
Designed by elephanthustle
No war is ever just. When we are pawns set to violate another human being's life we replace the value of life with temporary triumph and power. We lose humanity to ego. The three headed elephant, Erawan, depicted on the flag of the Kingdom of Laos and the emblem of the Royal Lao Army is a symbolic reminder of the recent spread of the Hmong diaspora. During the Secret War the United States dropped over 250 million bombs on Laos, more than the whole of WWII. The US and France with cooperation from the RLA recruited and trained Hmong to combatt the Pathet Lao and the North Vietnamese Communist movement. Having failed, the results left the Hmong and hilltribe communities of Laos without a home. While the fortunate took refuge internationally, many survivors of the Secret War are still being hunted in the jungles of Laos. [THIS DESIGN SHOWS UP BEST ON BLACK]
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Unisex T-Shirt

Erawan, Hmong and Lao Inspired by elephanthustle