Austin FC support group Los Verdes is partnering with Austin Justice Coalition on a line of bandanas, with all proceeds going toward AJC.
The Los Verdes store website states the collaboration represents the two organizations' support for combating racial injustice.
"Now is not the time to avoid uncomfortable conversations. Now is not the time to remain silent. Stand up, speak out. Black Lives Matter," the site states.
The Los Verdes green and black bandanas are on sale now until July 31.
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