Purchase your #MillionsMissing T-Shirt!

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#MEAction proudly announces the launch of its #MillionsMissing Zazzle Store!
You can purchase #MillionsMissing tee shirts and buttons for the upcoming protest on May 25.  We encourage protesters to wear them to the event as well, to create a visual cohesiveness.  However, you are welcome to wear a red shirt of your choosing, or any shirt at all!
It is less expensive to buy in bulk at the Zazzle store; satellite protests might consider purchasing tee shirts for their volunteers at one go.
Tee shirts with the design depicted above will also be available to purchase at the Washington D.C. protest.
Whether you get your gear at the Zazzle store or come as you are, we can’t wait to see you on May 25th!
 

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16 thoughts on “Purchase your #MillionsMissing T-Shirt!”

  1. Hi, I’ll be in attendance at the DC Protest and I just donated to the #MillionsMissing campaign. I was going to purchase a shirt linked above but then I saw somewhere that shirts would be given out to those in attendance. I just wanted to make sure that was true, otherwise I will purchase my own. I definitely want to be wearing one at the protest! Thank you.

    1. Click on the Zazzle store link and it will take you to the tee shirt. Thanks for your support, Heather!

    1. Absolutely, Jorge! If you click on the link to the #MillionsMissing Zazzle store at the top of the article, you will be able to purchase them if you like. 🙂

    1. Grace Cumings

      Hi Glenys.
      I’d go with the largest size available. My purchases were mediums and they’re pretty close fitting and/or tight. I’m 127 lbs, 34c/36b, 27″ waist, 36″hip.
      Hopefully that helps you!

  2. Grace Cumings

    That being said, there are several styles you can choose which does impact how they are with size and fit. One I purchased (sort of a baseball style) would be, in my opinion, more of a small or even petite than a “regular” medium.

  3. Very disappointed. Purchased a t-shirt a couple years ago and it was shipped locally. Purchased over a month ago and still haven’t received. Teespring.com finally got back to me after I contacted them a couple weeks ago. They are telling me “Your order is on its way to your country.” (Since May 1) “Once the order has reached its destination country, we are no longer able to track the package. It is handed to your local post office or customs office.” And “If you will not be able to receive your order, kindly reach out to your local Postal Service or customs office” but they are unable to provide any tracking # for the post office.
    I am one of the Millions Missing. Mostly homebound. And now I am supposed to go out to try and track down my T-shirt?

    1. Billy,
      Currently, Teespring has a notice up about packages being delayed due to COVID-19. I know that mail is delayed all over the world right now. It’s very frustrating that it’s been delayed over a month by this point. We can reach out to Teespring in general and ask them about average delays, but we may not be able to talk to them about your order in particular. I will let you know what we hear.

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