Our Partners

 

Beth "Freshie" Lawrence owns Freshie & Zero, a company that offers stunning handmade jewelry. After attending the Women's March in her hometown of Nashville, she was inspired to create the Solidarity Pussyhat Project necklace, made of rose gold and sterling silver. "I really wanted to make a necklace to represent the fight for women's rights globally," she said. Freshie is a woman on a mission, both to urge solidarity and to bring versatile handmade jewelry into the world at a price anyone could afford. 

Emerald Pellot is a full-time writer by day and a self-taught illustrator by night. Based in Washington Heights, Emerald created GRL TRBL as a visual conversation with the current political and social landscape. Always inclusive, intersectional, and feminist, GRL TRBL is the voice of a kitschy, crass, pop culture-obsessed Afro-Latinx. "The first image I drew, ever, in my whole life that ever really meant anything to me was of the three fists, which became the solidarity pin. It was a fantasy — my fantasy. My intersectional, special snowflake, feminist utopia," she said. 

Wife, mom, and ex-pharmacist turned screen-printer, Saima Siddiqui launched Jasmine Dew based in Plano, Texas, in April 2015 after having learned from generations of women in her family dabble in creative home decor and apparel. Saima realized that there was a need for unique, catchy, South Asian, Arabic and Islamic phrases and graphics that celebrated the identities of little Muslims. 

Bridget, owner of the Elderon Bee Company, is busy saving the world, one hive at a time.

Her amazing organic bath and home products are made from the beeswax from her own hives in Lawrence, Kansas. Find out more about her shop and her work by checking her out on Facebook.

Radical Dreams is a socially conscious accessory brand that was founded in 2015 by a Shannon P., a Black medical student with a passion for social justice and serving the community. Her products are based on social justice statements, positive messages, and prominent figures in Black culture.  

Based in Milford, Connecticut, The Rooted Pair offers original designs for your home, including prints, pillows and other accessories sharing messages of kindness, hope and love, including messages like "They tried to bury us, but they didn't know we were seeds." 

Based in Brooklyn, Pussy Post offers a collection of postcards designed to empower women to share their thoughts with our elected officials. Founder Evalynn Rosado was inspired by the signs of the Women’s March on Washington and designs each card to be bold and stylish. See all of the designs at www.pussy-post.com.

Heidi Moreno is an illustrator based in Los Angeles, California. Peanut the cat is the studio assistant and muse. Her primary mediums are gouache paint and watercolor with ink. She is the owner and creator/designer of Heidiroo, where she strives to create colorful and positive illustrations for everyone.
Sugar and Spunk was inspired by a mom who wanted to make sure all girls are valued. At Sugar and Spunk, girl power means being true to yourself and helping empower other girls so that we may all find our true potential. No judgment, no bringing others down--we’re in it together!