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Let's Love Louder - Style 2 - Eco Tote Bag

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100% of the profits from merchandise sales will go to support Tomorrow’s Women. Read more below.

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Say goodbye to plastic, and bag your goodies in this organic cotton tote bag. There’s more than enough room for groceries, books, and anything in between.

Materials + Sizing

• 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill
• Fabric weight: 8 oz/yd² (272 g/m²)
• Dimensions: 16″ × 14 ½″ × 5″ (40.6 cm × 35.6 cm × 12.7 cm)
• Weight limit: 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
• 1″ (2.5 cm) wide dual straps, 24.5″ (62.2 cm) length
• Open main compartment
• Blank product components sourced from Vietnam


This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

*Certain merchandise will ship in separate batches*

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Let’s Love Louder

Merch Fundraiser

The Let’s Love Louder initiative is a call to action to lead with empathy and our hearts. The open letter to the beer community is bringing awareness of Israel’s military occupation of Palestine and advocating to end the genocide of Gaza. Launched by Jacque Irizarry, graphic designer, photographer, activist, and a Bevolution Creators in Bev Grant recipient, this letter and accompanying pledge are meant to empower the brewing industry to rise up and “open our hearts and love louder.” 

Beer is for Everyone, and Women of the Bevolution have partnered with Jacque and her initiative, Let’s Love Louder, to amplify this message worldwide. Through a collaborative fundraiser, 100% of the profits from merchandise sales will go to support Tomorrow’s Women, a non-profit dedicated to empowering young Palestinian and Israeli women to enact change in conflict zones. This includes providing immediate humanitarian aid to women, their families, and communities in Gaza through the Gaza Girls program.

The merchandise artwork symbolizes peace and hope and was designed by Jacque. The art features three poppies, which are displayed as a sign of solidarity and to represent the Palestinian connection to their land. Around the poppies, there are seven straws of wheat and five olives, which are plants both grown in the region and collectively symbolize 75 years of the occupation of Palestine. 

“Let us be the change that moves the world closer to peace. Let us craft the courage to stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine. Let our love be louder than hate. Let us be the heartbeat the industry needs right now.” 

- Jacque Irizarry

Why is this important? What’s happening, you ask?

  • It’s a human rights issue. 
  • For 75 years, Israel has occupied Palestine, which includes the Gaza Strip and West Bank, with a population of 5 million people. The Gaza Strip has a population of 2.1 million people.  
  • Since October 7, 2023, at least 27,478 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza (the majority of whom are civilians) and 66,835 Palestinians injured, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza. This includes more than 11,500 children. At least 1,200 Israelis and foreign nationals in Israel, the majority of whom are civilians, have been killed, most on October 7 and in the immediate aftermath. Sourced from Human Rights Watch.
  • The US provides $3.8 billion in annual aid to Israel, plus $14.5 billion in supplemental aid that’s been passed by the House. Sources: AP NewsThe Intercept
  • US tax dollars are funding Israel’s military. The brewery industry alone contributed over $2.7 billion in federal tax revenue in 2022. Sourced from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau 

Let’s Love Louder Open Letter to the Beer Community: Read Here

Let’s Love Louder Pledge Form: View Here 

If you’d like to learn more, here are some resources:

Take Action for Palestine Toolkit & Resources (Sourced by Feminist): View Here 

A Guide for Advocating for Palestine: View Here 

The Colonization of Palestine (sourced from the Public Library): View Here 

Resources on Palestinian Human Rights: View Here

Pledge Here