The holiday season is upon us and so is the rush for deals and thrills. Consumer dollars can speak volumes to corporations about what we support and value. Consider using your dollars to support BIPOC owned businesses and creatives while also getting something thoughtful, beautiful, and meaningful for the loved ones on your list!
Curated by Regional MAR Directors, here are a few of our favorite things!
As a nice little bonus, the writer of the blog (who is paid an affiliate commission when you use these links to purchase items on Amazon) has agreed to donate the commission to Moms Against Racism. Win for you, Win for the BIPOC owned business, Win for MAR!
Deck the walls and the shelves and all the places with gorgeous artwork by Lovely Earthlings. You’ll find all the shades of sisterhood and motherhood on proud display with these prints and totes.
If you’re looking for scents that are a little more exotic, or if you want other home accessories for candle-obsessed people on your shopping list, check out Scrumptious Wicks
You can find crafting supplies by FELTastic Fashion for the person in your life who is constantly crafting (or looking for a new hobby) but I suggest that you also check out FeltTastic’s home Decor for unique prints, pillows, mouse pads and more.
Whether it’s stickers or greeting cards, Trickster has stationary that is funky and inspiring. In case you’re wondering -- who needs stickers or greeting cards? The answer is: Every teacher in North America!! And every mom who is potty training! This Northwest company focuses on modern designs and indigenous inspiration.
Holiday decor for the hard-to-shop-for-holidays can be super, duper hard to find. With 8 days to celebrate the Festival of Lights, I’m sure most people run out of gift ideas faster than they’d like to admit. Check out this website for Festival of Lights and keep your Hanukkah-loving hearts well cared for!
Little Hapa Factory has mugs, prints, decals, and more for the person in your life who loves their snarky or facetious side!