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The Love & Justice Quarterly Subscription Box

Be part of the movement to support makers of color!

The Love & Justice subscription box includes justice oriented and collective liberation products.

Each season, Love & Justice subscribers will get a box of BIPOC hand-crafted whimsy, and an invitation to connect to discuss the enclosed book. 

This Fall we are so excited to share these offerings with you in this season’s Love & Justice box! 

  • A candle: Founder and CEO of AK London Lifestyle, Shante’ Kirlew knows how to make a bold statement.  As a beeswax candle artisan, and home and lifestyle aficionado, she is taking the industry by storm with developing collections that are esthetically pleasing, environmentally friendly, and most importantly healthy for the home and body. Family and friends hold a special place in her heart, so outside of candle making and product development endeavors, Shante’ enjoys spending time with her loved ones, creating memories that make each day more meaningful than the last.
  • A card: Kimiko from Kimiko and Co has always loved greeting cards and stationery and was inspired to create her own line of cards after working with artist Keet Geniza on a graphic novel about Kimiko's experience getting breast cancer. Together they created the Tough Times line of cards to reflect the type of messages that Kimiko wishes she'd gotten when she was sick. Since this first line, Kimiko has continued to work with other queer artists to create beautiful, clever and diverse greeting cards.
  • Coffee: Artist and entrepreneur Keba Konta founded Red Bay Coffee Roasters, a coffee company that lives into its values of equity by hiring folks of diverse backgrounds, especially people of color, people who were formerly incarcerated, women, and people with disabilities. 
  • Sticky notes: Sisters Chia and Hleeda started Unicorn Eclipse, which features their magical and dreamy artwork, as a hobby in 2017 and have since grown their shop to create more joy and peace in their own lives. As Hmong Americans, they have always been motivated to inspire people, especially BIPOC folks, to keep creating and investing in their passions.
  • A book: Imaginary Borders by Xiuhtezcatl Martinez

There will be a Zoom meetup to discuss the book.

[If you would like to purchase more than 1 subscription box, please contact us directly at victoria@gobeyondconflict.com]

What People Are Saying:

I love it! I thought the box was amazing and all of the items in it were so heartfelt and exciting to receive

Ashley Bradley

I think it's a beautiful intersection that can help reinforce the ways that arts can support liberation

Nicole Thomas

Big JOY! I was so tickled to see it arrive, opened it to so many treats. Excited to see what else you come up with. Also excited to get into the book and have a chat about it.

LaShauna Austria

Love it. Arrived at the end of a hard day/week and was such a welcome surprise.

Lisa Hubbard