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Eighth Generation is a Seattle-based, art and lifestyle business owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. As a small business, we especially value our community and our relationships with other companies. Check out some of the small businesses the Eighth Generation team will support this year for the holidays!
Stephanie (Tlingit), our Retail and Special Projects Manager, loves supporting this local bookshop! Third Place Books does in-store pickup and shipping. If you're looking for a phenomenal read, Stephanie highly recommends "Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America" by Ijeoma Oluo. Oluo is a powerhouse, writer-activist and New York Times best selling author who is also a Seattleite!
Adriana (Yup'ik), Eighth Generation's Project Manager, highlights this family business whose products are made with organically, naturally and locally sourced ingredients. The Lavender Lotion is Adriana's favorite!
Jasmine (Cree), an Eighth Generation Studio Assistant, supports her neighborhood market and cafe. From tasty treats to coffee, beer and wine, this shop carries as many locally produced products as possible!
Our Chief Operation Officer, Serene (Anishinaabe, Hopi), selects this Ojibwe artist-owned business run by Caitlin Newago (Bad River Band of Ojibwe). "Bizaanide'ewin" is a word in the Ojibwe language meaning peace of heart. Check out the Ojibwe floral artwork on stickers, mugs and sweatshirts!
Eighth Generation's Finance Manager, Dustin, is supporting an organization this holiday season. Save Our Stages is a cause organized by the National Independent Venue Association, a group of over 2,900 independent venues across the country banding together to ask for targeted legislation to help survive during these difficult times. Make a donation or check out their merchandise to support live music!
Our Communications Specialist, Natasha, picks Viva La Bonita. This Latina-owned business is all about female empowerment. From hats and mugs to jewelry and sweatshirts, this shop has something for everyone!
Emilia, our Social Media Content Creator, highlights bandanas designed by artists from all over the world. Each bandana also donates 10% of the sales proceeds to different charities chosen by each design's artist!
Eighth Generation's Product Development Lead, Kim, suggests this plant shop for those who love to create and focus on sustainability and upcycling. Browse customizable items like the DIY Succulent Terrarium Gift Box!
Jade, our Content Creator and Brand Writer, chooses Sukie's Candle Co. These non-toxic, vegan and eco-friendly soy wax candles yield a 40+ hour burn time. Plus, there is a variety of rare and memorable scents, like the Seattle Fir or Brown Sugar and Fig!
Eighth Generation Founder and CEO Louie Gong's (Nooksack) pick is this Seattle Central District consignment store. From couture to casual, Two Big Blondes carries clothing for women size 14 and up, shoes size 8 and up and all accessories. Gift cards are available and an online shop is in the works for November!
Josh (Salish/Kootenai), our Studio Manager, selects Boon Boona Coffee to highlight. Committed to sharing the unique coffee and coffee traditions of Africa, "Boon" and "Boona" are both words that mean "coffee" in different languages of East Africa. Order bags of coffee, a coffee subscription, or merchandise online!
Tanessa (Colville), an Eighth Generation Studio Assistant, supports Unitary Apparel. Working with multiple artists in the Pacific Northwest, Unitary Apparel represents Native fashion that's accessible to everyone!