Stella & Throne Soapery

CELEBRATING THE SKIN YOU'RE IN

THE 

JOURNEY 

HOME

#TheJourneyHome2021 

We're joining the team!! 

 Equali Tees 

Vanessa Cobbs

Stella & Throne Soapery

One Lit Mission!  

#TheJourneyHome2021

#SelfCareSunday 

#Identity 

When Stella & Throne Soapery first heard about EqualiTees's message of radical inclusivity, we insistently knew THE ROOT was an idea we could firmly support and stand behind.

Gabrielle- Stella & Throne Soapery, LLC 

Stella & Throne Soapery, Equali Tees, and Vanessa Cobbs Partner for The Journey Home Campaign.

We've proudly partnered with Shaun Williams, founder of Equali Tees because of their brand's synonymous message of inclusivity for all! The idea behind Equali Tees is simple...Everyone is equal, but we also love and respect the fact that we're also all different...creating a community around a shared belief of quality for all. Equali Tees believes in celebrating both facts, just as Stella & Throne Soapery believes in celebrating the skin you're in! Along with the help of Social Activist and Television's TLC Alum Vanessa Cobbs, The Journey Home campaign aims to enlist the support of corporations, organizations and individuals to secure funding for African Ancestry DNA kits for African American students in educational institutions across the USA.  In the near future, we'll announce more information about the specific individuals and educational institutions we've had the honor and pleasure of working with. In the meantime, please check out the link below to learn more about the brand merch and products that make this all possible!  https://www.shopequalitees.com/thejourneyhome

Here are some ways in which you can help further the cause

Collaborators

Shaun Williams

Founder of Equali Tees, LLC

"Equali Tees is a social justice driven lifestyle brand. We celebrate everyone being equal, but we love and respect the fact that we're also all different....creating community around a shared belief of equality for all!”

~Shaun

Vanessa Cobbs

Television's TLC Alum and Social Activist 

"There is a lot of value in the intersectionality of our identities. Once we start connecting those lines within ourselves and out to one another, we begin to realize how much stronger we are together."

~Vanessa

About African Ancestry

Founded in 2003 by Dr. Rick Kittles and Gina Paige, African Ancestry is the world leader in tracing maternal and paternal lineages of African descent having helped more than 750,000 people re-connect with the roots of their family tree. With the industry’s largest and most comprehensive database of over 30,000 indigenous African DNA samples, African Ancestry determines specific countries and specific ethnic groups of origin with an unrivaled level of detail, accuracy, and confidence. African Ancestry is committed to providing a unique service to the black community by working daily to improve the cultural, emotional, physical, spiritual, and economic well-being of people across the African Diaspora.

Why African Ancestry 

African Ancestry tests place your African ancestry in a present-day country and ethnic group or tribe.

African Ancestry uses the largest number of African DNA samples in the industry to analyze your ancestry

African Ancestry does not maintain a database of customer information. African Ancestry do not sell or share customers’ personal or genetic information.

African Ancestry does not provide customer information to law enforcement.

African Ancestry does not biobank your genetic material. All genetic material is destroyed at the lab.

African Ancestry analyzes mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and Y Chromosome DNA. African Ancestry do not use autosomal DNA.

A WORD, from Founder Shaun Williams

"When I realized the positive implications of knowing my identity before slavery and the impact that such knowledge could have on my life, I decided that I wanted to take an ancestral DNA test. After doing research into the different options I decided that African Ancestry was the best way to go. African Ancestry is the only company of its kind that can connect people of African descent to a specific tribe in modern-day Africa. Because African Ancestry doesn't sell information or use your DNA for purposes of financial gain, their kits are a bit more costly than others. Realizing the barrier this could create for people, I decided to connect one of our shirts to the cause. I am thrilled to be able to help give people the experience of knowing their history."

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