Malachite Seals guides Black Indigenous Women of Color towards equitable spaces to patron, study, work and thrive, by recognizing local businesses committed to building Social Solidarity Economies [an ethical and values-based approach to economic development that prioritizes the welfare of people and planet, over profits and blind growth].
We see intellect, consumerism and physical presence as power instruments that can help eradicate gender & racial discrimination from the local economy and culture.
Guide organizations aiming to build a diverse and inclusive culture through economic strategies which balance social and financial profitability. Our informed executive tools uncover, prioritize and address risk(s) of discrimination with action plans, while the Malachite Seal offers BIWOC transparency during the process.
Organizations holding one or more of the Malachite Seals abide by the following 4 stone pillars.
Conscious. Rational. Informed.
Authentic. Committed. Transparent.
Brave. Vulnerable. Just.
Inspired. Prolific. Productive.