As the end of summer approaches, you may be in the market for notebooks, backpacks, and other supplies for the start of the school year. As such there are culturally representative options from black owned brands. See the following companies and product links for more details.
- April Olivia offers a variety of personalized 9 x 12 two pocket folders, along with lined spiral notebooks (8.5 x 11). The notebooks can also be personalized and bought in a set with a matching folder at a reduced price.
- Black History Studies offers backpacks and lunch bags for boys and girls.
- Blended Designs offers backpacks, and accessories such as lunch boxes, and cases (for pencils, earbuds, and other items).
- Boutique Mix offers a selection of engraved pencil sets that incorporate the African continent in the lettering.
- Chick Geeks offers a large selection of MacBook cases and keyboard covers.
- Coco’Pie Clothing offers a selection of culturally representative backpacks and drawstring bags.
- Innovative Supplies offers several themed spiral notebooks. Different styles of paper can be selected (i.e., college and wide ruled). Notebooks are handmade in the USA.
- Makeba Design and Prints offers a variety of supplies under their “products” category. These include different themed pencil pouches, lunch bags, and backpacks.
- Modern Figures Podcast offers a selection of backpacks celebrating women and girls in computing. Laptop sleeves are also available.
- Moe Melanin offers a host of school supplies that include sets of motivational pencils and novelty pens, backpacks, pocket folders, and more.
- Oh So Paper offers a selection of culturally relevant spiral notebooks.
- Reflect Couture offers a girls pink back to school backpack.
- Sibahle Collection offers a selection of backpack and school trolley sets.
- Soapbox Theory offers drawstring backpacks, some of which come in multiple colors.
- The Dyna Smiles offers culturally relevant spiral notebooks.
- Wiz Art 85 offers a selections of culturally relevant spiral notebooks and backpacks.
I hope in reviewing these companies and products, you find school supplies that work for you.
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