Creating designs on print on demand websites to support victims of racism

السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
I’ve started working on print-on-demand websites (like teepublic and redbubble) the last March. and when the movement of black lives matter started, I created designs for the movement on print-on-demand websites, and I made a profit from them. But most of these designs that I created contain names and photos of black people that were victims of racism last year. for example (Name of the victim plus say his/her name). When I was creating these designs it didn’t come to my mind the Islamic view of this act of me ( Creating designs that contain names and photos of victims that are passed away).
Now I want to know if the money that I made from these designs is halal or haram?
I hope you can answer my questions.

Wa alaykum salaam,

On what item was the printing done on?

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Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatu-Llah Wa Barakatuh,
On these websites there are many different items.
The ones on where the printing was done are t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, hoodies, face masks, coffee mugs, stickers, pins, and phone cases.
Thank you for replying.

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatu-Llah Wa Barakatuh,
Please Is there any answer for my question ?