This local media organization (they call it a project) make those nifty bumper stickers you see on bikes and cars around town that say things like, "Sustainable farmers do it forever," and, "Creativity before consumption." You can buy stickers individually, in packs, or even in grab bags—a pack of 100 random stickers is only $30. They have cute-sey things, too, like an I (heart) Tucson sticker, and one with the word "gender" inside of a blender. (You can even get a matching T-shirt.) There's one sticker with a polar bear flipping the bird while standing on a melting block of ice, and another with a bear on a bicycle—so your political messages can be even more subversive. Peacesupplies.org also sells buttons, patches, books and a few fair-trade items.
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