Although nowadays, most communication is done via technology, there are still many people that prefer cute and fun stationery that can be used for work, school, and special events.
We created the Back-To-School guide to share businesses you can shop with and support this school year
Check out these Black-owned stationery businesses
Oh So Paper Co. was started because of the Creator’s love of planning and organization. They sell many different items ranging from planners to stickers, to calendars.
Moe Melanin was founded on the basic principle that representation matters. Their notebooks are a celebration of Blackness and represent all the beautiful shades. They also specialize in Back To School supply kits to assist kids as they carry out their day-to-day activities.
Under The Sunlight was founded by Sinan Franklin and offers paper goods that are crafted with good intentions. Elevate your consciousness, get mindful, and become motivated.
And don’t forget a wallet to store all that hard-earned cash from her new job. We’ve got just the thing, along with snap-on covers – like our oh-so-festive-Kaleido print—so she can change it up whenever she wants a new look
Multiple professionals share the best ways we can arm our kids for the safest experience possible. Here are their thoughts:
- Don’t send kids to school sick
- Bring your own school supplies
- Pack hand sanitizer
- Have a supply of masks on hand
- Keep home safe by having a back-from-school protocol
Something else to consider as students head back to school is keeping our homes as clean as possible — which includes disinfecting the kids when they get home. Once at home, at the very least they should remove clothes/shoes and place them in the laundry or in a designated safe place for disinfecting. A shower would be great but is not absolutely necessary.
We are creating a master list, feel free to add products and brands in the comment section below and we will update our list periodically.