Remembering SORRY Day

Posted by Remo Giuffre on

Today is the final day of National Reconciliation Week here in Australia; which makes current events in the US all the more poignant and shocking. But, we all need to get our own houses in order.

We are reminded of more hopeful times ... like this design from 2008 and the copy that went along with it.

Browse SORRY merchandise HERE

Also, our 25% off Quarantine Sale ends today ... so if you order your SORRY designs before Midnight AEST tonight and enter Q25 in at the checkout, you will receive 25% off your entire order.

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Elton John got it right in 1976 when he wrote: 
"Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word."

We received an email from Sydney CustOMER Siobhan Hannan:

"I wonder if you could think about doing a special limited edition t-shirt to commemorate 13th Feb 2008 when the new Labor Government will at long last say SORRY to the stolen generation [of indigenous Australian children]? It's going to be a momentous occasion, meaningful, symbolic, and something we can all be proud of. What do you reckon?"

What a good idea.

Now, was that so hard?

Remo with Melanie and the kids in Redfern on SORRY Day, 13 February 2008

Browse SORRY merchandise HERE

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