A charity shirt that features a message about helping the boys of Baltimore was spotted by New Scientist.
The shirt, called the Boys in the Hood, is sold online by the Boys Town charity in partnership with a number of local charities.
“It’s a great shirt for kids to have,” says Bethany Siegel, the charity’s chief marketing officer.
“They are really trying to be inclusive.”
The charity t shirts are designed to help children and families who have been affected by recent violence.
In recent years, a number have been stolen, the group says.
The group says that it is not encouraging violence or bullying.
It has raised more than £12,000 ($17,000) for the Boys In The Hood in recent years.
The charity is based in the west of England, but says that in the past year, it has raised £4,000 in the UK.
The t-shirt is made in England, and has a message that reads “We’re all here in the same boat”.
The shirt has been a hit with fans, and the charity has set up a Facebook page to spread the word about it.
The shirts are sold on the charity website, and have been featured on BBC Radio 4’s The Weekend Show.