Boston's come a long way since its heated days of racial tension, celebrating cultural diversity and attracting people from many, many different parts of Ireland. Oh and also, some parts of Latin America, so celebrate those ones, with Roots United.
A bright catalog of Boston-/ Latin-inspired tees, Roots was launched by a Dominican/JP local who started designing/peddling shirts as a teenager, and whose "passion and drive comes from a love of cultures", a fetish that will make you knowingly say, "ahhh".
Hub-y styles range from a sweet Fung Wah shout-out celebrating your love of cheap/life-threatening bus lines, a Jack Daniels-esque emblem with "Jamaica Plain, 1874", and the Sox-fonted "Beantown" with a tiny list of cities & neighborhoods down in the corner, but not Back Bay -- nobody puts Back Bay in the corner.
Non-Bostonian multiculturalness includes the cartoonish "Little Miss Chilindrina" (their take on "the most famous Latin American family TV show" in the '70s), and "Got Mangu?" celebrating the DR's most popular dishes, other than the time Big Papi just totally gabbed to that reporter about which teammates were the most fun at sleepovers.
And because what's an inclusive community if it doesn't accessorize, Roots is also hawking a grip of tote bags, like one with a bike and "Boston is for Lovers" -- wear it, and hopefully you can attract people to many, many different parts.