Repeal Racism Project works to change how we think about race in the U.S. Wearing the hat allows people who identify as an ally to publicly do so. The Liberty Bell got its name from 'The Liberty Bell', a gift book sold annually from 1839-1865 at the National Anti-Slavery Bazaar in Boston, to promote and raise funds for America's abolition campaign. For every $20 hat sold, $5 goes to the (Alan) Page Foundation and the Twin Cities Boys & Girls Clubs. Note: the Liberty Bell's inscription reads "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof." Adjustable snaps in back. 10% of profits goes to charity.