Peace Out With OmniPeace's First Collection for Kids

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The first kids collection from Joah Love and OmniPeace features two T-shirt styles. Credit: OmniPeace

If your kids fight like ours do, you may be looking for any excuse quiet the screaming matches. And if "time out" doesn't work, you can always try fashion.

We say give peace a chance with the first ever OmniPeace kids and baby collection.

In a collaboration with children's brand Joah Love, two T-shirt styles -- available in several colors for $36 each -- come in sizes 6 months to 8 years.
One cotton style reads: "When I Grow Up I'm Going to Make a Difference." The other is a vintage-style shirt with neon falling stars forming a peace sign.

OmniPeace, a favorite among celebs including Courteney Cox Arquette, Jennifer Aniston and Kevin Costner, is a humanitarian fashion brand that donates 25 percent of sales to charities promoting peace, education, human rights and an end to extreme poverty in Africa. To date, the company has raised over half a million dollars for charities that support their mission, built a school in Senegal (with another on the way) and is currently working with UNICEF & the V-Day Foundation to build the City of Joy, a healing center and safe community for Congolese women and girls.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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