Wear what you believe in.

This Ramadan we decided to stand in solidarity with causes that are often forgotten. 100% of proceeds from the Solidarity Collection will go towards creating real change. Thank you for standing with solidarity with us.

Love,

Subihi[of Uyghur Descent]

Shada [of Yemeni Descent]

Dania [Domestic Violence Survivor]

Uyghur Blue

THE CAUSE

Uyghur Blue will go towards The Uyghur Foundation's efforts to support 500 Uyghur orphans who escaped to Turkey due to the oppression of their parents in concentration camps. Read journalist Sumayya Tobah’s interview with Subihi, a Uyghur activist, here

THE FACTS

China is committing genocide and crimes against humanity towards the Uyghur community. Forced labor, religious and cultural erasure & forced sterilization are some of the atrocities that Uyghur's are facing. Learn more here

LET'S TALK ABOUT IT

Join our Clubhouse club “Grow with Vela” where we’ll be talking to activists about the Uyghur cause and what you can do to help.

Yemeni Coffee

THE CAUSE

Yemeni Coffee will go towards supporting Yemen Relief & Reconstruction Project's efforts to create food baskets distributed to a hunger clinic featured in the Academy Award nominated film "Hunger Ward." Read our interview with Dr. Al Sadeeq from the film here.

THE FACTS

Yemen is facing the world's largest humanitarian crisis. 20 million people are food insecure, with a child dying of starvation every 75 seconds. Learn more here.

LET'S TALK ABOUT IT

Join our Clubhouse club “Grow with Vela” where we’ll be talking to Academy Award winning director and producer of Hunger Ward, the President of Yemen Relief & Reconstruction Project, and the Director of Yemeni Alliance Committee.

Brave Purple

THE CAUSE

Brave Purple will go towards Asiyah Women Center's efforts to support domestic violence survivors. They provide temporary housing, therapy services and employment assistance. Read our interview with @imdoctornahla and @lady_narrator, both survivors of domestic violence, here.

THE FACTS

One study found that 53% of American Muslims experienced some form of domestic violence in their lifetime. Learn more here.

LET'S TALK ABOUT IT

Join our Clubhouse club “Grow with Vela” where we’ll be talking to the CEO of Asyiah Women’s Center, aspiring psychiatrist Dr. Nahla, and poet Dania Ayah Alkhouli in a discussion about domestic violence and what to do about it.