Kyle Kashuv, a survivor of the Marjory Stoneman High School School in Parkland, Fla., Speaks at the National Forum on the Leadership of Legislative Activity Legislation in Indianapolis in April 2019. (Photo: Michael Conroy, AP)
School shooting survivors are responding to fashion label hoodies that prompted the nights this week for designs containing fake bullet holes with school names including Sandy Hook, Douglas Stoneman, Columbine and Virginia Tech.
Bstroy returns itself as a modern menswear designed house. The brand sent images to its Instagram Mon of the sharp designs.
And social media users were not happy, blazing the traffic sections to blast the label.
Under Douglas Stoneman's hoodie, survivor Kyle Kashuv wrote, “I'd love to say, what the hell is wrong with you. (Temporary) cash withdrawal from school shooting. Dustusting. ”
Angelina Lazo, another survivor from Stoneman Douglas, claimed that the hoodies were "unhappy."
"I lived through this … to take money out of something that was fashionable like this it's incredible .. you don't even know how it is to live everyday with reminders everywhere you go , "she wrote. "There is so much trauma (not) with me but with thousands of others who have experienced gun violence."
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Under Sandy Hook's party, the Vicki Soto Memorial Fund, a memorial page for a victim of long criticism, provided.
"As a Sandy Hook family, what you are doing here is totally harmful, harmful, wrong and disrespectful." Our pain can not be used on your way. "
Brick Owens, the founder of the label, responded to the vision in a statement sent to Instagram on Monday.
“Sometimes life can be very irony. As the irony is dying violently in a place that you consider to be a safe, controlled environment, like the school, the statement reads. "We are reminded all the time that life's vulnerability, scarcity and unpredictability remain, but we are also reminded that its potential is infinite."
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