T Shirts can be a powerful symbol when you place a powerful message on them, and a T shirt dissing “All Lives Matter” is making waves after a Police Officer was indirectly indicted for Breonna Taylor’s death. The “Where was “All Lives Matter” from 1619 – 1968 T Shirt is going viral. The shirt rose to prevalence on Social Media after a Police Officer was indirectly charged for Breonna Taylor’s death.
When an older Black man took a photo of himself wearing the “Where was All Lives Matter from 1619 – 1968” T-Shirt, it was an instant hit among Black Lives Matter supporters.
The “Where was All Lives Matter from 1619 – 1968” T-shirt sheds light on two infamous dates in American history, and everything that happened in between. In 1619 the first 19 Africans where brought Point Comfort, Virginia, which was the begin date of Slavery in America.
The Civil Rights Act of 1968 expanded the Civil Rights Act of 1866, making it against Federal Law to discriminate by race, religion, or national origin during the sale, rental, and financing of housing property.
Essentially from 1619 – 1968, All lives didn’t matter in the United States. The “Where was All Lives Matter from 1619 – 1968” shirt conveys that message in a potent way. The message resonates more since the shirt is viral at the same time a Police Officer was indirectly charged in the killing of Breonna Taylor.