80s Amnesty International Conspiracy of Hope Concert Sting t-shirt Small


Chest 17.5 in.

Length 21 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Screen Stars

This awesome concert t-shirt is for the Amnesty International Conspiracy of Hope Concert. In 1981, Jack Healey, American human rights activist, set out to organize a concert tour on behalf of Amnesty International. Five years later the Conspiracy of Hope tour began; two weeks later, it was a stunning success. With performers such as U2, Sting and the Police, Peter Gabriel, Joan Baez and others on board, the tour visited six cities between June 4 and June 15, 1986 (this shirt's from the Washington D.C. show). Talk about making things happen: In the immediate aftermath of the tour, four of the six prisoners of conscience the artists had adopted were released, Amnesty's membership nearly tripled within a matter of weeks, and the concerts raised $3 million -- an amount equal to Amnesty's U.S. section's annual budget!

Fits like a modern unisex adult small






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