“Celebrating Black art and building a diverse pipeline of designers.”

To celebrate Black History Month, a team of professional graphic designers at PopSockets mentored four talented black teen artists to create PopGrips inspired by their unique life experiences. 50% of all sales from their new Poptivism “Teen Tech Center” collection goes towards funding Teen Tech Centers, safe after-school learning sites where teens have access to the latest technology and opportunities to apply their skills through hands-on experiences. Generous Goods is excited to share the news of this tremendous mentorship program, we’re featuring one of the resulting designs in our collection of Great Things That Give Back™. Fifteen year old DJ was mentored by PopSockets VP of Brand Design, Justin Fuller. To shop DJ’s PopSocket, click on his design below!

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“We all come in different shapes and sizes and colors, but at the end of the day, we’re all sort of the same.” -DJ