Brands like Wuxley and Apple are honoring Black History Month with products that give back.
From jewelery collections to big-name partnerships and product launches, more brands are celebrating Black History Month this year than ever before in true sense To return. As we enter the half of the critical month after a year of historic protest movements, and thanks to changes for movements like Black Lives Matter, it is important that we put our money in our mouths. Thanks to companies like Tynomi Banks like Apple and dear entertainers, we can. Here, are some of the best Black History Month products of the month that give the benefit of worthy causes.
Root collaborated with Black Academy
Roots is selling Made-in-Toronto face masks that offer sniffing, better breathing as well as fit – and for a good reason. For every mask purchased on root.com this month, the Canadian company will donate a portion of the proceeds to The Black Academy, an organization founded by Shamier Anderson and Stephen James, dedicated to celebrating Black Talent nationwide.
Apple released its Black Unity Collection
Designed to acknowledge and celebrate black history and culture, the collection features a limited edition Apple Watch Series 6, Black Unity Sport Band and a Unity watch face. Available until 1 February, the launch was inspired by the call-to-action of both current and historic movements, and pays tribute to the rich tradition of craft quilts in the Black community, celebrating the colors of the Pan-African flag. For the brand.
This band, made up of individual pieces of colored fluoroelastomers, is laser-engraved with “truth”. Power. Solidarity. The watch face boasts an ever-changing pattern, which the Apple Watch follows.
Apple is supporting six global organizations – the Black Lives Matter Support Fund through the Jowar Foundation; European Network Against Racism; International Institute on Race, Equality and Human Rights; Leadership Conference Education Fund; NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc .; And Spirits Grown Deep – with proceeds from its sales.
Tynomi Banks released a line of apparel with Black Lives Matter Canada
The iconic Toronto-based drag entertainer and Canada drag race Alum Tiomi Banks has officially partnered with Black Lives Matter Canada in honor of the Black History Month. Together, they have formed a special line of traders in support of the movement.
The collection features hoodies and T-shirts, with text such as “Protect Quer Black Youth,” “Black Lives Matter” and “Anti-Racist”. Other options include a photo of Banks wearing a “Black Lives Matter” costume on the front. For the entire month, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the movement.
Boma collaborates with The Cura Company in a new jewelery collection
Sustainable jewelery brand Boma has stepped up its diversity and inclusion efforts to release a new collection from “The Matter” Collection in partnership with The Cure Co. Sales for organizations working in the pursuit of racial justice and redistribution Raises funds The diversity-focused line features a BLM “power pendant,” a “his name” slogan necklace, and a raised fist “power sign” ring.
Available in sterling silver and durable brass, 100% of proceeds go to Black College Matters Funds to Save Your VI, a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
For Black Jewelery designers, the brand has also renewed its grant program established in 2020, and is committed to new initiatives supporting diversity and inclusion.
Wuxi partnered with three local black artists
Sustainable outwear brand Woolley has partnered with three local black artists to create one-of-a-kind art pieces in honor of Black History Month. The brand gave Jabari Elliott, Imani Busby and Tafri Steele one jacket each to use as canvas for their work. The jackets are currently on sale for $ 999 each, and all proceeds will go to a charity of the artist’s choice.
Révolutionnaire collaborated with Roots on T-shirts
Established with the aim of “democratic dance” and “revolutionizing the naked costuming”, now encompassing the wider scope of social empowerment initiatives, Révolutionnaire – a platform managed by sisters Nia Faith and Justice Faith – created a T. But it has partnered with Roots. Desire to celebrate Black History Month. A donation from the sale of the shirt will go to The Black Academy, a Toronto-based division of Canada’s art-focused Not-For-Profit BLACK (Building a Legacy in Acting, Cinema and Knowledge).
Artists partnered with peloton trainers on an active collection
The active clothing line released by Peloton has 18 pieces – from leggings to tank tops – designed by four black artists. According to the peloton, the pieces have names like “Light the Way,” “Your Whole Self” and “United We Move” and help bring out the power and enthusiasm of Black history.