Community, inclusivity, and equality have always been at the core of our mission. CLOVE + HALLOW is a safe space for BIPOC and people of all gender identities, sexualities, abilities, sizes, shapes, and beliefs.


Our founder’s struggle with mental health issues moved her to pursue a more holistic lifestyle, ultimately forging the path to founding CLOVE + HALLOW. We are committed to reducing the stigma associated with mental illness, and the impact of these silent afflictions.

Mental Health America of Georgia


In the wake of George Floyd’s death in 2020, our team turned our efforts to fight racial inequality up a notch. Unlike Instagram stories and feed posts that become irrelevant within 24 hours or a few days, our evergreen database of resources will be updated consistently, shared on our platforms regularly, and hosted on our website in perpetuity.

The Loveland Foundation

The Gateway Center

NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund


As a company that calls Atlanta home, we were devastated to hear of the horrific violence against Asian-Americans in 2021 in our own backyard. But this isn't an isolated incident: Asian-American hate crimes have been on the rise worldwide. It's our mission to snuff out hate, embrace diversity, and foster inclusivity. Now and forever.

How to safely and
successfully protest

To Bring

Cloth mask to protect your breathing as well as facial features from being utilized for unfair profiling/identification.

1 gallon of water and a water bottle with 1 tsp baking soda in it to neutralize any tear gas that may be deployed.


Enough money for emergency food, water, or transportation.

An index card with your rights summarized in case you wind up in a tense situation and your mind goes blank (see below "to remember" section).

Goggles or sunglasses in case tear gas is deployed.

To do

Dress appropriately in full body clothing to protect from any irritants that may be sprayed.

Avoid any "dangling" items that could be grabbed such as jewelry, neck scarves, ponytails, etc.

Avoid contact lenses.

Document with video, photos, and notes, but if you post them to the public, make sure to blur the faces or identifying features of other protestors to protect against unfair profiling.

Ask for officers' badge #s if any conflict ensues.

Remain calm.

To Remember

You have the right to protest.

Law enforcement is obligated to allow and facilitate peaceful public protesting.

You have the right to peacefully protest without the use of force from police.

If you're injured during a protest you have the right to immediate medical attention.

If you're arrested, you have the right to know why and access a lawyer/family immediately.

You have the right to file a complaint/take legal action if any of the above are violated.

Organizations to join and/ or donate to