80s Amnesty International A Conspiracy of Hope t-shirt Small


Chest 17.5 in.

Length 24 in.

Content: Feels like 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: No tag

This sweet vintage t-shirt is for Amnesty International and comes in white with a candle stick and barbed wire design of Amnesty International: A Conspiracy of Hope. A Conspiracy of Hope was a short tour of six benefit concerts that took place in June 1986 on behalf of Amnesty International to celebrate it's 25th anniversary, and its purpose was to help increase awareness of human rights. The back of the shirt features the words "Amnesty International: 'A Conspiracy of Hope'" and has a list of the tour cities, dates, and artist lineup. The line up included Bryan Adams, Joan Baez, Ruben Blades, Y Seis del Solar, Jackson Browne, Miles Davis, Peter Gabriel, Stanley Jordan, Neville Brothers, Lou Reed, Sting, The Hooters, Third World, and U2. It also featured special guests Fela, Carlos Santana, and Pete Townshend.

Fits like a modern unisex adult small






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