Rebecca Page Statement on Anti-Racism

Rebecca Page Statement on Anti-Racism


Rebecca Page stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.

Racism and intolerance have no place in our sewing & making community, or any other community.

We categorically and emphatically support our Black community and the Black Lives Matter movement. Building and helping grow a sewing community where everyone feels safe, supported and loved is key to our company, and my personal, mission.

We are anti any kind of discrimination or hatred, and believe in supporting and encouraging those who are marginalised and discriminated. Continually learning and growing, living & breathing diversity, and supporting a safe sewing community are at the heart of our company values.

As a global company, we are overwhelmingly fortunate to serve a customer base made up of all different races, religions, ethnicity, and creeds. Diversity in all ways is integral to the makeup and culture of Rebecca Page, and we are welcoming and proud of the various backgrounds, beliefs, and incredible individuals that make up ‘team’ Rebecca Page.

We invite you to join us in supporting and lifting up those who have not been, and living the love and change that needs to happen in the world.


Rebecca Page,
CEO & Co-Founder



How To Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi
The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander
Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
White Fragility by Robin Diangelo


Code Switch by NPR
The Stoop: Stories from Across the Black Diaspora
The Nod by Gimlet Media


“13th” directed by Ava Duvernay (available on Netflix)
“When They See Us” directed by Ava Duvernay (available on Netflix)
“Dear White People” directed by Justin Simien (available on Netflix)

Take Action

Black Lives Matter (
Reclaim the Block (
Black Visions Collective (