The Minority Co

Always Was Always Will Be Crew Black

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The Minority Co is:

  • Indigenous owned
  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training

Acknowledge and celebrate First Nations culture knowing that the land on which we stand always was and always will be Indigenous land.

Perfect for winter these super comfy crew shirts are composed of a cotton outer and soft fleece inner.

Product: Unisex Crew Shirt
Materials: 50% cotton 50% polyester
Artist: The Minority Co.
Story: Always Was Always Will Be

Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.

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05/20/2021
Jen O.
Australia
My first disappointment from YARN...

I have several YARN shirts and dresses that I wear as part of my ‘teacher uniform’ most days. I have always been happy with the price and quality of their products. That was the case, until I purchased this ‘crew black’ top. The fabric, print design and fit leave much to be desired, especially at the price. Sorry YARN, I feel let down on this one.

MEET THE ARTIST

Indya Hayes (The Minority Co.)

Aboriginal Wotjobaluk woman

Indya Hayes creates unique designs for her brand, The Minority Co. The company was born out of the Black Lives Matter movement, with the mission of spreading change and igniting conversations. "From this I had the idea to make myself some jumpers to spark conversations and questions and to make a statement without even saying anything."