The Death of Clothing

Photos by: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg By Lindsey Rupp, Chloe Whiteaker, Matt Townsend and Kim Bhasin February 5, 2018 Excerpt: The apparel industry has a big problem. At a time when the economy is growing, unemployment is low, wages are rebounding and consumers are eager to buy, Americans are spending less and less on clothing. The woes of retailers are often blamed … Continue reading The Death of Clothing

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SaferIsSexy presents #HealthyVisions2018

ABCD's Health Service Annual Healthy Visions Gathering Wednesday, January 31, 2018 5:30-8:30pm Thelma Burns Building 575 Warren Street Roxbury, MA The evening will include: Wellness panel discussion, Individual and community vision board making, free HIV/STI testing, giveaways and dinner will be served. Open to all with an RSVP!

GoodRISIN’|#realTALK | Tchanori Kone, 5th Grader |

"Our Children Are More Than The Future, They Are The PRESENT!" - PhoenIIXSISTAHS🌍

Local Optics || Mainstreaming Marijuana: Massachusetts

Moving Past Medical Many Massachusetts natives turned to medical marijuana when it was legalized, and this summer we'll see how many others turn to recreational marijuana as it becomes legal. Source: WCVB.com

\Content Creatives/ Abigail Disney, Killer Content Partner to Launch Female-Led Level Forward Studio — Variety

Filmmaker and philanthropist Abigail Disney has teamed with Killer Content to launch Level Forward, a startup studio venture that aims to focus on backing projects driven by women and persons of color. The goal is to offer creative partners a hub for producing a range of content for all platforms. The venture has $2 million… via … Continue reading \Content Creatives/ Abigail Disney, Killer Content Partner to Launch Female-Led Level Forward Studio — Variety

IMIXWHATILIKE ||The Myth of Black Buying Power —

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Z8koWal3pv8?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent These are compiled attempts to disrupt the wide-spread mythology of Black (and by extension all others) “buying power.” via The Myth of Black Buying Power —