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Gelareh Mizrahi Launches Manifestation Candle for Justice

In honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others.

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Gelareh Mizrahi Launches Manifestation Candle for Justice

In honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others.

As demonstrators across the U.S. continue to support the Black Lives Matter movement, Gelareh Mizrahi has released a Manifestation Candle for Justice designed by the label’s lead illustrator, Tierra Armstrong. In honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, among others, the healing prayer candle reads:

“As I set fire to this candle I set fire to the injustice of my people

I light a match to the hate in their hearts

our names and pains do not exist in vain

cries heard from the mountain tops will be delivered to ears of change.

For there’s strong blood in my system

Let their be peace in my veins”

With the aim to bring comfort and peace while continuing to fight systemic racism, Gelareh Mizrahi hopes this candle allows you to heal and set an intention for the people you care about and “for a future full of growth and change.” According to the brand, 100 percent of the proceeds from this product will be donated to Black artists based in Miami. Take a detailed look at the piece in the gallery above.

The Manifestation Candle for Justice retails for $36 USD, which you can now purchase online. In related news, Nicole McLaughlin is raffling off one-of-a-kind pieces to benefit organizations fighting for racial justice.

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