8 Holiday Gifts from BIPOC-Owned Businesses

Dec 12, 2022 | Woke @ Work

8 Holiday Gifts from BIPOC Owned Businesses. Photos of a beanie, body scrub, wine, coffee bag, candle, flower pot, earrings, and face oil

If you’re going to shop this holiday season, why not support BIPOC-owned businesses? We got you covered with our gift guide below featuring a “You are on Native land” beanie from the Indigenous-owned shop Urban Native Era, beautiful home decor from Black-owned businesses, and more gifts all under $60.

For a list of more BIPOC-owned businesses to support for the holidays and year-round, please see our 2022 Holiday Roundup of BIPOC-Owned Businesses.

 

1. “You Are On Native Land” Beanie

By Urban Native EraUrban Native Era, urbannativeera.com. 'YOU ARE ON NATIVE LAND' RIBBED BEANIE $34.99

Urban Native Era (UNE) started in November 2012 in San Jose, CA by Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) who wanted to increase the visibility of Indigenous Peoples through social media. Today, UNE crafts minimal yet powerful designs made for everyone.

 

2. Holiday Luxury Candle, $48

By Harlem Candle CompanyHarlem Candle Company | harlemcandlecompany.com - HOLIDAY LUXURY CANDLE $48

Founded in 2014 by travel and lifestyle expert Teri Johnson, the Harlem Candle Company is a luxury home fragrance brand specializing in scented candles inspired by the richness of Harlem.

 

3. Kaya Shorty 2-Piece Ceramic Planter by Justina Blakeney™, $39

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