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Better Together

Collective Support

Over the past week, we’ve focused our mission to be useful in the effort towards enacting meaningful change. With renewed purpose and vigor, we’ve recommitted to using our platform to amplify the diverse voices that move this collective forward, and to giving physical space to the creative minds bringing their vision to life. 

In addition, here is the full list of the many ways in which our Collective is supporting the effort, including ideas for how you can be involved (in many cases, simply by supporting your favorite businesses):

  • A + R donated to Campaign Zero, the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the ACLU and the Committee to Protect Journalists.

  • Banks Journal is supporting Reclaim The Block, The Bail Project, and North Star Health Collective, among many others.

  • Bodega created signs of solidarity that you can print and download and is sharing an extensive list of resources.

  • Bridge and Burn donated $3000 to the Black Visions Collective, Campaign Zero, and Reclaim the Block. 

  • COTA by Skingraft donated to the Black Visions Collective.

  • Dylan Lex donated $10,000 to NAACP and $10,000 to Black Girls Code. (Check for updates on the launch of their clenched fist charm, for which 100% of proceeds will go to Black Lives Matter.)

  • Flask & Field is donating 100% of the Wine Club proceeds for the entire month of June to Black Lives Matter LA, and will continue to donate a portion of proceeds thereafter. They are also giving their time and effort to donate food supplies from their wholesale vendors to local DTLA organizations like Inner City Law Center and Skidrow Housing Trust on an ongoing basis. On top of that, owner Miriam Yoo is resuming her active status as an attorney in the State of California so she can assist those who require advocacy or pro bono legal assistance!

  • GALERIA.LA founder Dechel Mckillian introduces herself and shares more about her shop’s mission to showcase ethical brands, with an emphasis on labels that are Black and diversely owned.

  • GGET matched customer donations and is sharing their list of resources and the Black-owned coffee shops they love.

  • Hawkins New York is giving to National Bailout and National Black Arts.

  • LCD matched donations from customers and donated 100% of sales profits from sales made on June 6th through June 8th to Black Lives Matter, ACLU, and the Equal Justice Initiative. 

  • M. Georgina is donating proceeds from the week of June 7th to Redeemed Sole and is Making Pies for Justice this Juneteenth. 

  • OMAMImini donated 100% of profits on June 1st to the ACLU.

  • Paramount Coffee Project donated all coffee sales made on June 6th to NAACP, and will continue donating a portion of sales to My Block, My Hood, My City, NAACP and Advancement Project.

  • Poketo donated to Black Lives Matter, The Bail Project and NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Educational Fund, and will donate 10% of all June sales to these organizations as well.

  • Scent Bar donated to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Educational Fund, Equal Justice Initiative, Color of Change, Campaign Zero and the ACLU.

  • Shopify is donating $500k to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Educational Fund, $250k to The Black Health Alliance, and $250k to Campaign Zero to support the important work these organizations are doing to provide amnesty and safety to those fighting for justice on the front lines in the US and Canada.

  • Still Life Ceramics is offering a free Clay and Online Class to anyone who makes a donation to Black Lives matter, no matter the amount. 

  • The Things We Do donated $10,000 to NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Educational Fund and Black Lives Matter.

  • tokyobike is auctioning seven pieces of artwork in partnership with artist Douglas Diaz and donating 100% of the auction totals to Black Earth Farms, The Bail Project, and Black Lives Matter.