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Festive fashion crosses the line

A major fashion retailer has sparked outrage across Australia for selling shirts printed with the slogan, ‘Jingle My Bells’. An online petition created by grassroots campaigning movement, Collective Shout, has called for Supré to withdraw its controversial clothing and is rapidly gaining attention nationwide. Emma Watson spoke to Melinda Liszewski, a Collective Shout spokesperson and author of the petition, to find out more about the campaign’s purpose.

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