More Blacks More Dogs More Irish T-Shirt

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More Blacks More Dogs More Irish T-Shirt

More Blacks More Dogs More Irish T-Shirt

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There are people still alive today who had to go through the humiliation of being told because they weren’t white English they were on the same level as dogs and it offensive that their history is being a erased so casually.

Richy O’Gorman and Taurayne McKen, an Irish-Jamaican couple living in South London, have made a t-shirt that is the perfect antidote to the “No Blacks, No Dogs, No Irish,” signs seen in boarding houses and bars around London decades ago. A positive spin on the window signs that were seen in London around the earl 1960's up until the early 80's. T-shirts have now been sold in Ireland, the UK, and even South Africa, Tokyo, New Zealand and Australia.I’ve sold shirts to Kerry, Cork, back home in Tipp, Belfast, Germany, Belgium and even as far Boston USA,” he said.

Nearby Kilburn of course had a large Irish community at the time and I suspect the tales of hard-drinking, fighting men worried the landladies of such establishments. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions. ALL DESIGN is intended as a fan representation only and is not intended to infringe upon any copyright. I can remember the ‘no Irish’ signs in what were known as ‘boarding houses’, when I was growing up in north London in the fifties, especially in Kentish Town and Camden Town.New with tags: A brand-new, unused, unworn and undamaged item in the original packaging (such as the . In an interview with London-Irish publication the Irish Post, O’Gorman said that he’d initially made a t-shirt with that message a few years ago, but only this year did he decide to really go with the idea. We chose the slogan for this project as communities were inspired by its empowering and unifying message, with one participant saying, “It says it all”. Opened package today, closed eyes, held my breath……Made the right choice, quality perfect, feel if t-shirt ticked all boxes. The T-shirt went viral across the world after Richard was photographed wearing the T-shirt with his girlfriend of Jamaican descent Taurayne McKen, 28, in Brixton.

Cool Bartender Shirt for Mixologist, who serves Beer, Cocktails and Longdrinks with a smile not only during happy hour. and when I contacted the seller about the issue, they responded quickly and offered a refund of the postage cost even though it wasn't their fault!

Gaelic humor design perfect for lovers of Ireland - features a unique typography that looks like it’s in a drunken mode and Irish I had another beer sayings. com, the Sell on Etsy app, and the Etsy app, as well as the electricity that powers Etsy’s global offices and employees working remotely from home in the US. In January 1969 I was employed by the Council for Comunity Relations in Lambeth to set up the Angell Town Adventure Playground in Gordon Grove . Writing in the Guardian, Professor Steve Bruce from the University of Aberdeen issued a plea to readers: “If No Irish signs were as common as is asserted, there should be plenty of them remaining in private collections, local archives and the like. Two months ago, O’Gorman was walking around Brixton wearing the t-shirt when he was spotted by DJ Swiss, former member of MOBO award winning garage group So Solid Crew, who asked to take a photo with him and posted it to his own Instagram account.

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