Ben & Jerry’s new "Justiuce ReMix'd" flavor

Ben Cohen (left) and Jerry Greenfield (right), co-founders of Ben & Jerry’s, unveiled “Justice ReMix’d” on Tuesday in Washington, D.C., with Judith Browne Dianis, executive director of the Advancement Project National Office.

Ben & Jerry’s has created a new ice cream aimed at shining a light on racism in the U.S. criminal justice system.

The ice cream, called Justice ReMix’d, includes cinnamon and chocolate ice cream, cinnamon bun dough and brownies, the Waterbury-based ice cream company said in a statement Tuesday.

The new flavor and campaign is part of a longtime strategy at the 40-year-old company to use its marketing might and the popularity of its products to advance causes such as civil rights.

In July, a year-long Justice ReMix’d art show opened at the ice cream company’s Waterbury factory, featuring the art of Mary Enoch Elizabeth Baxter, Jesse Krimes, Reginald Dwayne Betts and Russell Craig.

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