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New Cause - Criminal Justice Reform

New Cause - Criminal Justice Reform

Your brush. Your cause. Your choice. Brush with a purpose. The color of people’s skin is incredibly beautiful and unique. Our new colors are inspired by beautiful and melanin-rich skin tones. A portion of sales from our company’s latest introduction will support criminal justice reform.  

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Honoring Indigenous Peoples Day With Tessa Sayers

Honoring Indigenous Peoples Day With Tessa Sayers

For National Indigenous Peoples Day, we're spotlighting an incredible and strong Native woman who discusses how the Native American medicine wheel has inspired her to live more balanced, how her artwork is used for healing, and how her life has been shaped by giving back to her Native community.

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Vote With Us, For Us

Vote With Us, For Us
When we make our choice we must ensure that we vote for the most valuable things in our lives, our homes: we must vote for the health of our minds, the health of our bodies, and the health of our planet. At MamaP we have always been passionate about the causes that cover these, and now is the time for us to advocate louder. Continue reading

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month
Happy Latinx Heritage Month! We are spotlighting our very own CEO and National Sales Director as they celebrate their rich Latinx culture and heritage. Read more about Suz and Scarlet's diverse experiences growing up in the US. Continue reading

The Political, Rather Noble Act of Self-Care

The Political, Rather Noble Act of Self-Care
During the civil rights movement and throughout the counterculture in the 1960s and ‘70s, self-care became a political act. In 1988, Audre Lorde wrote in her book of essays called A Burst Of Light that “caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it’s self preservation, and that is an act of political warfare”. Continue reading

How To Roadtrip Responsibly

How To Roadtrip Responsibly

Blame it on the extended quarantine. Maybe it’s the lack of public places to go. Or is it the cooler mornings and nights creeping in that signal the changing of seasons to come.

Whatever the cause, this summer has flown by faster than any other summer. Sure, folks are camping and road-tripping more, but it’s strange to not fly cross-country to visit family. Or head to a favorite or new international destination. This summer (and year) is definitely one for the books.

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An Invitation To A More Mindful Environmentalism

An Invitation To A More Mindful Environmentalism
In writing this blog post I realized that for our environmentalism to be less selfish, it has to be more mindful. And for our environmentalism to be more mindful, it has to be intersectional. As intersectional environmentalists, we have the responsibility to see if our zero-waste practices are inclusive to people in food deserts who have no access to fresh produce and can only buy plastic-packaged food in corner stores. Continue reading

Have You Ever Googled, "Where Do Plastic Toothbrushes Go"?

Have You Ever Googled, "Where Do Plastic Toothbrushes Go"?

Have you ever thought about what happens to your toothbrush when you're done with it and you throw it away? We have and believe that "now is the time to be more thoughtful." Maybe we should think "about an every day, practical object such as a toothbrush as having a life and its own life span gives it better purpose and allows us to curate what kind of objects get to be part of our lives on this earth." 

Visit this article to read more and let us know what YOU THINK.  

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Juneteenth: A Look In The Past + Present

Juneteenth: A Look In The Past + Present
Juneteenth (short for June 19, 1865) is effectively when slavery ended in the United States. It's a day that's remembered in history when Abraham Lincoln freed the remaining slaves in the South. But did you know that it was January 1, 1863 when Lincoln declared slaves freed? Did you also know the US and US-businesses still participate in modern day slavery?  Continue reading