Looking for One People Project clothing at a discount?

Need One People Project apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.

Links to search results for below:

Shopzilla/Bizrate - One People Project

eBid Online Auctions

SUMMARY:The pricing of this brand is consistent across most prominent shopping websites. You find pretty much the same prices for the same items on Amazon, Bizrate/Shopzilla and Karmaloop.com and within the product selection, you have a small range of items ranging from highly affordable to a little nuts. There were only two items listed on eBay and they were eighty-dollar hoodies. It’s hard to give a solid recommendation here because it depends upon the item you are looking for. If you have to have this brand right now I would suggest going to Amazon and/or Bizrate/Shopzilla and hope that they have what you want. On the label's official website they state that Bobizzo carries their line but as of this writing, I have not seen the brand at their eBay store.

I haven’t figured out if the clothing line is part of the same organization that fights for diversity but I want to state that I have a lot of respect for their cause.


This label is actually affiliated with the social justice organization. I was able to compile so information about its origin and history and I hope this is found to be useful to those of you who happen to be perusing this webpage. This was also much information on the web regarding a lawsuit versus Zippo Lighters that I think that the founder was a party to, but I'm still trying to hash that out.

OPP originated from a July four, 2000 protest in opposition to a Nationalist Motion rally in Morristown, New Jersey that was billed as Independence from Affirmative-Motion Day The counter-demonstration was referred to as the One Folks's Rally Three hundred anti-racist protesters turned out to face nine supporters of the Nationalist Motion. four On the time, Jenkins was a member of the New Brunswick, New Jersey -based mostly group New Jersey Freedom Group (NJFO). Originally named One People's Coalition, with Jenkins as its spokesperson, the group researched and printed information about the Nationalist Motion's awards ceremony on the Manville Veterans of Foreign Wars corridor. This led to the cancellation of the event.