Products listed here are from Vendors who self identify as BIPOC or people from underrepresented communities.
Inclusion, diversity, equity and access are all important in order to achieving a sustainable future. Social innovation, community economic development, and the social economy purport to tackle some of the challenges faced by the BIPOC community by putting control and leadership in the hands of communities themselves.
BIPOC folk deserve to be at the forefront of the sustainability movement because they are the ones living on the front lines and in sacrifice zones, whether in the Global South or in other parts of the world. It’s these communities that will be impacted both the first and the worst by climate change. Furthermore, BlPOC-lived experiences and historic triumphs are tangible testaments to their knowledge on how we can equitably address the climate crisis.