Not Forgotten Hoodie

Not Forgotten Hoodie

Regular price $82.99 Buy Authentically Indigenous 💯

20% of the sale will be, donated to Drag The Red.

Drag The Red is an organization located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. That searches the Red River for MMIWG2.

When I was asked to create an image for an MMIWG piece of art, a couple of things ran through my mind.

First, the heaviness of the topic.

Second, how the mystery of these occurrences can take your breath away.

How do we create hope?

What do you think of when you smudge?

I think of all the ancestors and what their dreams may have been.

The weight of their actions is what kept us alive as a people, and the mystery of their absence is what keeps us hopeful.

When we smudge, we continue the lived experience of an activity that has been done for centuries.

We experience the past, present, and future.

It is an access point for us to participate in a shared moment.

I wanted to create a visual that would communicate what I imagined when I would smudge with my students while I worked at Niji Mahkwa School.

No school is an easy place to work, and this school is no exception.

Maintaining a balance of positivity in one’s own mind/classroom can be a battle, so I drew from a place that I hoped for and visited in my mind during those morning smudges.

We were part of a community that was experiencing loss, and smudging was a way to honor our loved ones.

I encourage anyone to share their gifts in any way they can to end violence, and will leave you with the words of Ryan Redcorn in his poem To the Indigenous Woman,

“Tell me you have daughters

Tell me you don't want this for them

Tell me you won't joke about this with your friends

Tell me you won't forget we talked

Tell me you will do something"

Designed by Kale Bonham

Wrap the measuring tape around the largest part of your chest, allow your arms to drop and relax in order to get the correct measurement.

This welcoming soft unisex pullover hoodie fits loose and is perfect for everyday wear including ceremonies, rallies, protests, workplace, and for educating family and friends.

This hoodie pairs well with jeans or sweats and some sneakers.

Spun from a plush fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers, this hoodie features an up-to-date fit, hood with white draw cords, kangaroo pocket, ribbed cuffs and waistband.


52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester fleece, 32 single 7.0 oz.

Free 5 to 14-day shipping for orders 120$ and over in North America.

Returns can be shipped within 30 days if the product is in its original condition with all tags still attached.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Adelard Catcheway
5 stars for sure.

I love the designs n the quality of the clothing. Good stuff. RRA

Jen T

This hoodie is not only super comfy and beautifully designed, it expresses such an important message. Love it.

Lindsay Hirsch

Great design and quality, Thank you

Beautiful Work of Art and Passion

This hoodie is absolutely beautiful! The material is the softest and coziest I've ever owned. The message this hoodie speaks is extremely powerful although painful. I also purchased the "Indigenous Visionary" hoodie and it is equally awesome.

Marnie Vieira
Excellent service

Great quality and service!
Quick delivery highly recommend.

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