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Kelly Sue DeConnick is helping Girls Leadership Institute by donating her curation commission on a select line of tees at WeLoveFine. This new partnership features three different designs, each based on characters featured in her titles.
If you’re not familiar with Kelly Sue DeConnick, she writes Captain Marvel and Avengers Assemble for Marvel and Ghost for Dark Horse comics. She’s also about to launch Pretty Deadly, a western she co-created with Emma Rios for Image Comics.
The organization DeConnick has chosen to help, Girls Leadership Institute, focuses its efforts on helping girls learn to be true to themselves through a variety of workshops and camps that help not just girls, but parents and educators. Currently they have programs in California, New York and New Jersey as well as a summer camp in Massachusetts.
You can get one of these beautiful designs featuring Captain Marvel and Spider-Woman for $25 at WeLoveFine. You’ll not only have a cool t-shirt to wear this summer, but you’ll be helping girls learn to be strong and confident young women.