Supreme Company stands in solidarity with BLACK LIVES MATTER !  
 As a minority owned company, we understand the need for education on  Racism and injustice. We've made it our mission to provide quality resourses at your fingertips .
   We've dedicated this months Supreme Spotlight to  Voices of Color !  We encourage you to Purchase two books this month from  authors  of color. 






The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness


As the United States celebrates the nation's "triumph over race" with the election of Barack Obama, the majority of young black men in major American cities are locked behind bars or have been labeled felons for life. Although Jim Crow laws have been wiped off the books, an astounding percentage of the African American community remains trapped in a subordinate status--much like their grandparents before them.


Michelle Alexander

Michelle Alexander is an associate professor of law at The Ohio State University, a civil rights advocate and a writer.





Morial knew his calling from a young age--he was meant to be a leader in the fight for meaningful change. Growing up in the segregated South and helping his father realize an incredible victory as the first African American mayor of New Orleans, Morial was shown that, with the right tools, significant change is possible. 
Less than two decades later, in his own mayoral race in New Orleans,?Morial?built what he christened the “Gumbo Coalition,” an incredible mixture of?all of?New Orleans’s ingredients--African Americans,?Whites, Latinos, Asians, business leaders, grassroots community activists, business leaders, clergy, and many more. Each ingredient brought its own flavor, creating a dish that was able to reduce crime and rebuild New Orleans’s reputation with such power that the city was able to successfully attract an NBA franchise, multiple Super Bowls, and the Essence Festival, the largest African American event in the nation.
Marc Morial is a former second-generation New Orleans mayor who oversaw many improvements during his terms, including crime reduction, police reform, and the passing of a significant bond issue.
In May 2003, Morial was appointed president and CEO of the National Urban League. Since that appointment, Morial’s Empowerment Agenda has worked to reenergize the League’s diverse constituencies; to build on the strength of its nearly one-hundred-year-old legacy; and to increase its profile both locally and nationally.