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“This was going back to my roots a little bit, celebrating immigrant culture. I wanted to create this magical, midnight market. It was about mixing high and low art and different elements together. Just celebrating the randomness of life." — @asish🍒⚡️🌈 - Double tap that link in bio for more on this designer's dreamy collection. #r29fw Design: @annarosejay
All people ~should~ be treated equal, but the truth is that people in marginalized communities have different experiences than the majority. @TransLawCenter organizer and writer, @raquel_willis is always shedding light on that reality, and we respect her so much for it. ✊ Design: @elliotsalazar #R29Collabs #BHM #AcknowledgeIsPower
In #TelAviv, the drag scene has become a place where queer and gay icons tackle issues surrounding equality and justice. _ This week’s #StyleOutThere episode takes us to Israel, where religion has shaped gender roles, but also established a tradition of questioning norms. For most of these queens, Purim was the first experience they had with cross-dressing. The rituals of getting dressed in a tzitzit, tefillin, and a kippah are similar to getting dressed in a wig, lashes, and hosiery. _ Watch the full and 🙌NEW episode🙌 of this week's #StyleOutThere, hosted by our very own Senior Features Writer @conconwang (link in bio). Special thanks to @aviv_as_is, @germanshevchenko, @nonachalant, and everyone else who showed us the best time!
Today marks 76 years since President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, which forced over 100,000 American citizens of Japanese descent into internment camps. Internees were forced to give up businesses, houses, schooling, jobs, and the majority of their worldly possessions. The relocation, known in history as the Japanese internment, was based on racist assumptions that Japanese Americans were a threat to the security of the United States as it entered a state of war with Japan. Today, the internment is understood to be an enormous violation of civil rights. #ThisIs2018 and we’re not here to let history repeat itself. Design: @tristanoffit Words: Lilli Petersen #PresidentsDay #ExecutiveOrder9066
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