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Keep The Fire Burning! NAIDOC 2024 Black Cotton Crew Neck Unisex T-Shirt

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This year’s theme is Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.

Created by Aboriginal Jarowair man Charlie Chambers Jnr, our NAIDOC Week 2024 logo depicts a campfire with generations of Elders and children gathered around it. Charlie’s design captures the sharing of knowledge, the coming together of people, and the central fire that unites us. 

Printed by our team right here in Meanjin, we are proud to support local jobs and training and to keep as much of our production as possible on shore. The perfect wardrobe staple, these tees are made from eco-friendly, 100% organic Australian cotton so they’re comfy, breathable and hard-wearing. Available in a variety of colours to suit every complexion and in Unisex, Fitted and Kids sizing. Explore our NAIDOC 2024 Range and get into the spirit now. 

“This year's theme celebrates the unyielding spirit of our communities and invites all to stand in solidarity, amplifying the voices that have long been silenced. The fire represents the enduring strength and vitality of Indigenous cultures, passed down through generations despite the challenges faced. Through our collective efforts, we can forge a future where the stories, traditions, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are cherished and celebrated, enriching the fabric of the nation with the oldest living culture in the world.” - National NAIDOC Committee 2024

Product: Unisex Tee
Fabric: 160GSM 100% Cotton.
Washing: Cold machine wash. Do not bleach or wring. Do not tumble dry. Cool iron not on print side. Do not dry clean.
Story: NAIDOC 2024 Logo
Artist: Charlie Chambers Jnr

 

NAIDOC Week 2024 Logo By Charlie Chambers Jnr
“This year's theme is all about keeping the fire burning, so there’s a central campfire there with people gathered around it, the Elders and the young ones on Country, all talking and sharing. There’s flames coming from the fire and smoke in the corner. It’s about coming together to share knowledge, care for Country. And passing the message around the fire, keeping those stories alive and the culture strong.”

Charlie Chambers Jnr.

Aboriginal Jarowair man

“When I was young, I would sit with my elders and listen to these Dreamtime stories, but the stories would go in one ear and ou... Learn more