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This tote isn't just an accessory —it's the chance to wear a powerful symbol of resistance against the abuse endured at First Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana, and Hyles-Anderson College. As a survivor of brainwashing, physical, mental, and sexual abuse, and coercive tactics like the swallowing of live goldfish (a manipulative practice used to lure children to church), I created this design to shed light on and stand in solidarity with survivors like myself. #Finsupforjustice represents the fight against the control and manipulation that robbed countless young individuals of their innocence and autonomy. #Finsupforjustice no isn't just a slogan—it's a call to action for change. By wearing this tee, you lend your voice to the fight against coercion and abuse at Hyles-Anderson College, First Baptist Church of Hammond, and similar institutions. Each purchase contributes to raising awareness and supporting survivors on their journey to healing. 

100% cotton bag comes in one size – 15" x 16"– perfect for everyday wear. It's durable and will last for years. The bag features 20" handles (made from the same canvas), making it easy to carry even with a week's worth of shopping. .: 100% cotton canvas .: Available in natural and black colors .: Heavy fabric (12 oz/yd² (406.9 g/m²)) .: Sewn-in label

Fins Up For Justice Tote Bag

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