Juneteenth Collection

The Emancipation Proclamation ended slavery in 1863. However, it wasn't until two years later, when some 2,000 Union troops arrived in Galveston Bay, Texas to inform the remaining 250,000 enslaved Black people that they were free. This marked the second independence day in the United States and became a federal holiday in 2021. Shop our Juneteenth Journal + candle that focus on reflection and gratitude.
  • Mission

    Curate a vibrant collection of stationery, desk accessories, and gifts that celebrate diverse communities.

    At the core of our mission is a dedication to equality, creativity, and social impact.

  • Vision

    Be a beacon of inclusion, where traditions of diverse communities and contemporary design combine to inspire creativity and joy.

    We envision fostering a sense of connection, gratitude, and empowerment, turning every space into a canvas for cultural expression and shared stories.

  • Customer Promise

    Our commitment to you includes:

    • inclusive design
    • social impact
    • quality assurance
    • customer satisfaction

    We promise to be more than just a store – we are a community that embraces diversity, encourages creativity, and values your unique identity.