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What are some things we can ask cloth diaper brands to do to support Black Lives Matter and diversity within their brand?
This was originally an Instagram post.

➡️ REVIEW brand ambassador programs. Do the expectations of their program limit the aesthetic or popularity that gets chosen? Is the request too much for the return? Has the past program represented a diverse representation of families?

➡️ HIRE Black, Indigenous or People of Colour (BIPOC) creators and pay them for their work, influence and impact.

➡️ SEEK cultural awareness training. We can always be learning. Many business associations, Native Friendship Centres, or other groups offer a variety of cultural and racism based learning. Look for programs that are hosted by members of the community and that they are paid for their work.

➡️ PAY artists to license and use their art for diapers. A lot of brands design their own in house, but there are options. Wouldn’t it be so cool to have West Coast Art diaper?

➡️ DONATE and continue to donate to non profits that support Black, Indigneous and People of Colour. If you choose a fund that is not directly related to race, what are their race relationships? Does that environmental fund only hire whites? Do they acknowledge Indigenous land they are working on? And so many other questions.

➡️ POWER OF WORDS – that reminder that how we say things, the things we share, and frame of reference that we use is all impacts our thinking and experiences.

What actions are you looking for within the cloth diaper community?

I have chosen to emphasis Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in this post because this cloth diaper space is an international space and brands may need to work with a diverse group of people based on their local stories.

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Bailey brings 5+ years of cloth diapering experience and conversation to the cloth diaper space. She's not just your every day mom blogger sharing her experience - Bailey is immersed in the cloth diaper community learning from other parents and growing as an individual. She wants to find the cloth diaper solution that truly works for you.

Bailey believes we need to stop and listen to cloth diapering parents. We need to recognize our own bias and preferences and focus on solutions that work for you, not us. The Cloth Diaper community needs to recognize the privilege of being able to cloth diaper, and provide spaces for more conversations and stories.

Cloth diapering is not about rules but about our own strength as parents to do the best we can for our children with the resources available.

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