Coasters: Camden Hargrove (he/him) fromCustom by Camdenis a proud Black trans activist, artist, and dad who is a leader among LGBTQ+ BIPOC communities and has advocated for the passage of the Equality Act among many other things. His handcrafted creations stem from of his love of art and desire to support his family.
A lychee lollipop: Seoul Shop is a small family operation that is passionate about sharing Korean food inspired by their grandma's recipes.
Ingredients: raw sugar, organic rice syrup, lychee paste, lychee juice, sea salt
Body butter: Elysium Naturals Co. is a Black owned business founded by the couple Lamont and Aurian Henry. They started making their homemade shea body butter to help them with their own skin conditions and eventually opened up the business to share their creation and help other's with their skin.
A sticker: Arianna Lauren (she/they), a proud member of theQuw'utsun'/Cowichan Tribes, started Quw'utsun' Made as a project to support the needs of her community and preserve the traditional knowledge of the Coast Salish Nation in order to pass it on to the next generations. They are inspired by nature and her elders.
A book: The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin
A bar of soap: Dr. Temeka L. Carter from The Black Belt Soap Company channels her roots to The Black Belt region of Alabama and her great grandmother, Joretta Spencer, to create gourmet treats for your body. Part of the proceeds are donated to back into the communities of The Black Belt.
A postcard:Justine Gilbuena designs cozy illustrations inspired by her childhood, Filipino heritage, and the little things that make her happy for her one-woman shop.
An herb mix: LaShauna Austria has grown Kindred Seedlings Farm from working out of her dining room to a 20-acre plot of land as an act of antiracism as one of the few Black woman farmers in Alamance County.
A magnet: Kela Wong is proud to be an Asian woman business owner who draws inspiration from her Chinese Japanese American heritage. Part of the proceeds from purchasing products in the Stand Together collection, including this magnet, is donated to racial justice organizations and BIPOC communities.
A book: Beyond the Gender Binary by Alok Vaid-Menon
A sticker and a postcard: Janine from Kwohtationscreates greeting cards and gifts that encourage us to embrace the diversity, complexity, and kinship in our lived experiences
A lip balm: Samantha started Cocoa Flowers as a personal healing journey after amputating her right foot, incorporating flowers into her homemade skin care products
A pin: Trinidadian expat Candace from Space Ink is promoting her politics with her art. Check out more ofher work on Etsy
A book: We Will Not Cancel Us: And Other Dreams of Transformative Justice by adrienne maree brown
A RoK Handmade bees wax candle
A tea sampler from Kindred Seedling Farm
Notecards with art by Bevelyn Afor Ukah
A small gift from my consulting company, Beyond Conflict
And The Little Book of Restorative Justice by Howard Zehr
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