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Why Dolly Parton is our Style and Social Justice QUEEN

Dolly has pretty much never been out of the limelight, but recently she’s been sharing her thoughts on timely progressive issues such as race, sexuality, and the American election.

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Honoring Farmworker Activist Monica Ramirez

This Labor Day, we are partnering with Founder and President of Justice for Migrant Women Monica Ramirez to give 10% off our proceeds today to the Farmworker’s Pandemic Relief Fund.

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The Revolutions That Made Our Wardrobes

The freedom of choice when it comes to what we wear today, wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for generations of social reform.

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WOMEN JUST WANNA HAVE FUNDS

We sat down with Olivia Owens, the creator of IFundWomen of Color, to chat all about the important work she's doing to crowdfund for black-owned businesses.

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Turquoise-Colored Beads By Decade

Here are some iconic jewelry styles from the past 100 years that have taken beading to the next level.

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TOP 5 VACATION DESTINATIONS I'M GOING TO IN MY MIND

You’re stuck at home but you can still dream! Where will your imagination take you this summer?

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Our Academic Girl Crush: Q&A with Cheraine Donalea Scott

Practicing activism doesn't just mean waving protest signs on the street (though, obviously, that's rad too). Practicing activism can be however you feel to express yourself -- and with this expression, comes cultural change.

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An Honest Day on the Ground for Floyd

I was talking to my younger brother this morning, the one who’d done two tours in Afghanistan as a marine and had two daughters. We were talking about the protest and the riots that followed in the name of George Floyd.

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003 : 5 Voices We're Listening To

We spent the week last week listening, learning, signing petitions and marching. There’s so much more to learn, know, and do. We look forward to the ongoing work and the partnerships and new relationships we will make being active!

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QUEER ICONS WE LOVE

These artists that have stepped up to show the beauty of the queer community in our eyes. Obviously there are hundreds more we can name, so pop your thoughts in the comment section if we missed your fav. 

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