Revolution Now!

At Revolution Now, we believe that “we change what we must.” Our company aims to create visibility, opportunity and community for traditionally marginalized and racialized people.

We also strive to be environmentally responsible in all that we do. Through supporting Revolution Now, you are wearing your values for the world to see. In doing so, you are financially supporting local artists, making a donation to charities that provide tangible support to communities in need, disrupting the fast fashion industry through the purchase of eco-friendly materials and dismantling oppressive systems while rocking an amazing shirt!

Our shirt designs are all created by local artists who proudly represent their respective identities. Each shirt is designed to highlight the excellence of given communities and to generate funds to further their success. Eight dollars from the sale of each shirt will be donated to a charity that supports the highlighted community. We are proud to produce conscientious clothing that is ethically and Canadian made. Our shirts are made of organic cotton and are eco-friendly and sustainable.

Our Team

Megan Glanfield

is the founder of Revolution Now. She is a passionate learner and educator, as well as, an out and proud single-parent to a fabulous little girl. She is an outspoken idealist and relentless in her pursuit of a better, more inclusive world.

Shyam Subramanyam

is our Director of Social Media, he is a grade 11 student at Pickering College with an interest in finance and business. He seeks to leverage his opportunities to help those around him. He is experienced in digital marketing with Google Ads and Analytics.

Forrest Woods

Forrest Woods

is a graphic artist who created our “We Change What We Must” shirt. He is an 18-year-old trans artist from Newmarket, Ontario. He is a proud student of the Huron Arts program and is so happy to be a part of this amazing project.


Keith Gattie

was born and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon. Keith’s parents are both First Nations,
both originally from Manitoulin Island. Keith’s father is Wikwemikong, as is Keith,
and his mother is M’Chigeeng. Keith is excited that from the sale of his postcards
and stickers over $3000 has been raised to support Gwekwaadziwin Miikan Youth
Mental Health & Addiction Program which is located on Manitoulin Island. He is
also eager to share his new Truth And Reconciliation Day shirt from which
$8.00/shirt will go to support the Woodland Cultural Centre. To check out more of
Keith’s art, visit


Akbar Shabazz Jenkins

is a graphic artist who digitizes art for Revolution Now. He is an artist and aspiring author/illustrator. He has been illustrating and working through graphics arts for over 20 years. His notable creations have been the logo design for AEMS (The Alliance of Educators for Muslim Students) and the Nur Muslim Mentorship Program. He skateboards play the drums and photographs when time allows. You can follow him on Instagram @akbar.shabazz.jenkins and Twitter @akbarshabazzj



Rio Bailey

is an 18 year old trans artist who made the buttons for 2022 Toronto Pride. He is the creator of the business Beyond the Octave, a platform to give artists a voice to tell their stories which featured their debut art show in November 2021. He is a musician with goals to study music and business in university. Stay connected with Rio at @beyondtheoctavearts_ on instagram.


Noah Wright

is an upcoming fashion designer who is gaining experience behind the sewing machine and designing art. He seeks to gain the most experience to help create future opportunities.