Rename & Bring Back Sephora Witch Kit

Rename & Bring Back Sephora Witch Kit

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Magdalena Olvera started this petition to Sephora, Pinrose.

Sephora and Pinrose recently announced a product named "Starter Witch Kit" which was protested against by the Witchcraft community and therefore discontinued. Unfortunately, these voices do not represent the Witchcraft community as a whole because many Witchcraft practitioners are not of the Wicca religion. Some Witchcraft practitioners originate from North America, South America, Central America , Asia, etc. We recognize that Witchcraft is heavily influenced by non- Wicca cultures & religions with culturally diverse elements integrated into Witchcraft practices. It is not accurate to state that Witchcraft is a religion when it has been  practiced by different cultures & religions outside the U.S. Wicca is a modern pagan religion established between the 1940's and 1950's by Gerald Gardner. White Sage has been used and grows in Northern & Southern America, Mexico, France, Asia, etc. Crystals, Tarot and Sage/WhiteSage are not exclusive the Western Witchcraft community or Wicca religion since these items have been used by other cultures and religions before Wicca was coined and established as a religion. Therefore, there is no appropriation in regards to the Witchcraft community or Native American communities. Those of us in the spiritual community who believe in cultural diversity and inclusvity would like to see this product repackaged under a different name that witches and non-witches can resonate with and appreciate. We also request that the same Native American owned business that provided the white sage continue to make profit through this product as the majority of us would love to support the indigenous communities. As consumers and consumers in the beauty industry  we have a right to have access to self-care products that enhance our physical and well-being. Please consider our petition as consumers. 

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