When asked to create a custom order for summer interns at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, it was a welcome focus during this time. The name: EQUALITY took on a deeper meaning as Brooklyn continues to be a center of driving change. Why the number 23? The Equal Rights Amendment was first introduced in 1923.
NOTES: Top: Eucalyptus, Amaretto, Saffron Middle: Bergamot, Cypress, Sandalwood Bottom: Dark Musk, Rum, Smoke and Amber
This rich blend is here to usher in new season of hope. When I posted about this special project you wonderful clients messaged me wanting to know what does EQUALITY smell like? It's refreshing, layered, and a little bit of fire in it and I decided this was how I could help beyond attending protests and supporting friends. There are layers to this blend - different and some you may not think go together that are truly a harmonious mix.
As a young business, this is my vehicle to be able to donate. Thank you for making that possible with this candle. Donations have included Bad Ass Brooklyn, Act Blue, French Bulldog Village, Australian Red Cross, Welcome to Chinatown, and The Trevor Project.
10% of proceeds will be donated for the month of June to the ACLU.
If you've read this far, this cause is close to my heart. Many elders in the community have been attacked and hiding out for over a year as a result of the pandemic. Thank you for embracing empathy and standing up with the Asian community.