'ACT!' A4 Poster Print in support of Black Lives Matter
'ACT!' A4 Poster Print in support of Black Lives Matter.
A4 Poster Print on Hahnemuehle German Etching 310gsm (matt textured) paper.
All poster print orders are wrapped in protective cellophane wrapping and posted flat in hardback envelopes. They are despatched within 7 working days of purchase as UK Signed and International Tracked & Signed delivery through Royal Mail, first class. There may be some delays in delivery time due to the pandemic as understandably medical and essential supplies are prioritised.
All proceeds will be split evenly between The Stephen Lawrence Trust in the UK and AEDS (African Economic Development Solutions for the business + cultural district of Minnesota) in US .
About The Stephen Lawrence Trust:
"We work with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds aged 13 to 30 to inspire and enable them to succeed in the career of their choice. We also influence others to create a fairer society in which everyone, regardless of their background, can flourish.
A lot has changed since Stephen Lawrence’s murder in a racist attack in 1993, but some things have stayed the same. Too many young people still struggle to succeed because they are disadvantaged by factors beyond their control, such as where they are born, the school they go to, or any discrimination they may face.
At the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, we don’t accept that your background should limit what you can achieve. We work with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds aged 13 to 30 to broaden their view of what’s possible. We help them to gain the knowledge, skills, and qualifications they need to pursue the career of their choice, and we support them to progress through the early stages of their career. We also work with community groups, companies and others to create a fairer society in which everyone can thrive."
For more information about The Stephen Lawrence Foundation or to donate directly:
"“#RebuildOurCommunity As small businesses were gearing up to reopen after being devastated by COVID-19 and already struggling amid the pandemic-induced shutdown, they were faced with yet another challenge—the murder of George Floyd. They are now left to pick up the pieces of their dreams and businesses while also mourning with the community. In response, AEDS has created the Business Relief Fund to meet these needs of local African immigrant businesses. The Business Relief Fund is a forgivable loan to keep small businesses open and continue contributing to the community. Being an entrepreneur is never easy. Keeping a business alive as an African immigrant during these times requires hard work and your help. Your help will be an essential difference for families and protecting local jobs. "
For more information about AEDS: or to donate directly: