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Pride Capsule Collection from Universal Music Group, Queer Candle Co. and Social Goods, Benefiting GLAAD

This morning, Universal Music Group announced its 2021 Music Is Universal Pride celebration. As part of initiatives rolling out throughout June, UMG and its Universal Music All Together Now Foundation partnered with GLAAD, Queer Candle Co. – a Brooklyn-based, queer-owned small business – and Social Goods to create a limited-edition MUSIC IS UNIVERSAL™ Pride collection supporting GLAAD. The capsule collection includes a Pride candle ($22) and companion long-sleeve tee ($50), as well as a sticker ($5) with 25% of the proceeds benefiting GLAAD. The capsule collection is available for purchase at Social Goods.
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