Pride Coffin Pin

$10.00
  • Pride Coffin Pin

Pride Coffin Pin

$10.00

It's finally here! Our Die With Your Boots On coffin logo pin in pride colors!

This very special enamel lapel pin is a revolving donation. $5 from each pin sold will be donated to an LGBTQ+ charity. We select a new organization each quarter to donate to. This month, the donations will benefit the Okra Project.

ABOUT THE OKRA PROJECT FROM THEIR WEBSITE:

"The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.

During the Middle Passage, our African ancestors snuck okra onto captive ships to sustain themselves and plant in the new world. Black Diasporic cooking traditions often use the okra plant for its versatility and it is often associated with health, prosperity, and community. In this spirit, The Okra Project hopes to extend free, delicious, and nutritious meals to Black Trans people experiencing food insecurity.

How does it work?

It’s actually very simple! Based on individual donations, The Okra Project pays Black Trans chefs to go into the homes of Black Trans people to cook them a healthy and home-cooked meal at absolutely no cost to our Black TGNC siblings. For those Black Trans folks currently experiencing homeless or whose homes cannot support our chef’s cooking, The Okra Project has partnered with institutions like Osborne Association and other community spaces to deliver foods."

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It's finally here! Our Die With Your Boots On coffin logo pin in pride colors!

This very special enamel lapel pin is a revolving donation. $5 from each pin sold will be donated to an LGBTQ+ charity. We select a new organization each quarter to donate to. This month, the donations will benefit the Okra Project.

ABOUT THE OKRA PROJECT FROM THEIR WEBSITE:

"The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.

During the Middle Passage, our African ancestors snuck okra onto captive ships to sustain themselves and plant in the new world. Black Diasporic cooking traditions often use the okra plant for its versatility and it is often associated with health, prosperity, and community. In this spirit, The Okra Project hopes to extend free, delicious, and nutritious meals to Black Trans people experiencing food insecurity.

How does it work?

It’s actually very simple! Based on individual donations, The Okra Project pays Black Trans chefs to go into the homes of Black Trans people to cook them a healthy and home-cooked meal at absolutely no cost to our Black TGNC siblings. For those Black Trans folks currently experiencing homeless or whose homes cannot support our chef’s cooking, The Okra Project has partnered with institutions like Osborne Association and other community spaces to deliver foods."