Colorado University have begun selling their series of anti-prejudice themed (sexism, racism, religious intolerance, and homophobia) Tees this summer to benefit the CU Independent, the university’s online student paper.

The series feature four different shirts at $15 each. They are available at the campus bookstore, student center and local retailers.

Religious Intolerance: ‘My God and your God would probably hang out.’

Homophobia: ‘Jack and John sitting in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G. First comes {heart}, then litigation, followed by a marriage certificate that’s federally unsanctioned.’

Sexism: ‘Not My Cover Letter.”’Not My Resume.’ (Headings on open rectangles.)

Racism: ‘I don’t believe in segregation of color. Unless it pertains to my laundry.’

Creative credits go to TDA’creative directors Jonathan Schoenberg and Thomas Dooley, art director/illustrator/letterer Zach Shapiro, and copywriter Phil VanBuren.

Source: Scaryideas