Walmart Canada Has ‘All Lives Matter’ & ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Shirts Online

Daniel Fowler
June 28, 2020

Consumers are reportedly not pleased with Walmart as the retail giant faces backlash for selling a T-shirt with the words "All Lives Matter" on it.

The shirt appeared when you searched for "Black Lives Matter" items, but can no longer be seen on the website.

Many people feel the All Lives Matter movement undermines the message and work of the Black Lives Matter movement, which aims to shine a light on the mistreatment of people of colour-particularly members of the Black community-at the hands of police, as well as fighting systemic racism.

The T-shirts are being sold online by and Walmart Canada, according to CNN.

FN has reached out to Walmart for comment.

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A number of Black Lives Matter products are also featured on both websites. These items are sold and shipped by third party sellers on our website. We've forwarded your comments to the appropriate department to look into it further.

The $20 designs are courtesy of the brand Old Glory, who flogs other endearing creations on the Walmart Marketplace including Father's Day delights like "I have a attractive daughter".

One user called the design "absolutely disgusting", while another wrote that, by selling the T-shirt, Walmart was "siding with racists". "Thank you for bringing this to our attention".

In the ongoing global ant-racism demonstrations, protesters have demanded that authorities take down monuments, emblems and statues honoring pro-slavery Confederate figures and the architects of Europe's colonies.

"We stand against any form of racism or discrimination". Today, our third-party marketplace has a number of items with variations on the phrase "lives matter.' We will continue to review those items to ensure compliance with our terms and conditions".

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