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‘Queer Eye’s’ Karamo Brown Releases T-Shirts For Charity

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Karamo Brown may be known as the culture and lifestyle expert on Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” but the T-shirts he’s rocking on the new season of the hit reality series are going viral.

Netflix released season six of the Emmy-winning show on Dec. 31 and in many of the episodes, Brown can be seen wearing pro-Black shirts such as one that read “Sandra Atatiana Breonna #SayHerName,” a tribute to three Black women who were killed by law enforcement or while in police custody.

Another shirt had the words “My Brown Skin Should Not Be Feared” written across the chest. To her delight and “Queer Eye” fans everywhere, Brown announced the T-shirts are now available on his website. The shirts cost $25.99 and Brown says that 100% of the proceeds will benefit two charities close to his heart: True Colors United — an organization that supports LGBTQ youth — and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

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