We pledge to continue the conversation when racism and inequity cease to be a trending topic. We pledge to do the work required, not just in this moment but in the future, to keep ourselves educated, to keep the doors open for safe and honest dialogue, even if it’s uncomfortable. And we pledge to share this information with you, our community. We are committed to highlighting Black and minority-owned businesses, their products, and their stories, as well as making a conscious effort to ensure our team of collaborators and our content and imagery always reflect the diversity of our community.
Poosh will also be making donations to the NAACP and The Bail Project, two organizations that are committed to creating a more equal and just society for Black men, women, and children.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the nation’s largest civil rights organization and was formed in 1909 with its mission “to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.” The foundation stands for social justice and is dedicated to making voices in the Black community heard—especially justice for George Floyd and other countless Black men and women who have fallen victim to systemic racism.
The end of racism starts with prison reform—The Bail Project was founded to help combat mass incarceration through paying bail for those in need. 100% of online donations are used to bring people home and reunite families of the innocent.
If you have the resources, we welcome you to join us in making a donation.