Migration Is Not a Crime - Unisex T-shirt
Migration Is Not a Crime - Unisex T-shirt
Migration Is Not a Crime - Unisex T-shirt

Migration Is Not a Crime - Unisex T-shirt

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This friendly little bear is a reminder that stories about migration have been told throughout history – in real life and in fiction.

Migration as a subject can be polarising and is often framed in legal or policy terms, but at its heart are personal stories. The Migration Museum is all about uncovering these stories and challenging perceptions through immersive exhibitions and events. This image and caption is the work of an anonymous street artist, found in the UK. 

  • Sustainably sourced cotton
  • Short sleeve
  • Round neck

 

Sizing

These T-shirts are unisex.

Our female model wears a Small size T-shirt. 

 Size UK Women's Equivalent  UK Men's Equivalent
Small 8/10 XS/S
Medium 12/14 S/M
Large 16/18 M/L

 

 

 

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Support our Museum

Purchase today and help us tell the greatest untold story of British history – how the movement of people to and from Great Britain has shaped who we are.

Your support is vital in enabling us to develop groundbreaking exhibitions and events, deliver and expand our education programme and establish a permanent migration museum for Britain.

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