A collage of photos of Indigenous people wearing Crushing Colonialism t-shirts, with a coffee mug.
Crushing Colonialism is pleased to partner with Indigenous artists to sell their original designs and promote their work. Also available for purchase is Crushing Colonialism gear! Show up to your next event supporting our organization. Go to our shop below and browse our collection.
About the Artists:
Johnnie Jae (Oteo-Missouria and Choctaw) is a dynamic advocate, artist, writer, speaker, mentor, and media creator with a penchant for mischief. As a disabled, asexual Native woman, representation matters deeply to Johnnie. She firmly believes we can challenge and dismantle harmful stereotypes and misinformation by reshaping narratives and creating platforms and opportunities for diverse voices while fostering understanding and forging pathways to a more inclusive and equitable world.
Selena Benally (Diné), raised in Southern Maryland, has been working in graphic design for over 10 years. She graduated from The Art Institute of York, Pennsylvania in 2010 with a degree in Visual Arts. Outside of work, she sings and plays guitar in a band.