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Ongoing Anti-Racism + Racial Justice Resource List.

Anti-Racism + Racial Justice Resources

Ongoing Anti-Racism + Racial Justice Resource List. 

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Sonni Mun is a Korean-American immigrant who grew up in a small town in Ohio and the suburbs of New Orleans. During her residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center she discovered her calling as a physician who specialized in end of life care.

Shout Out Saturday: Sonni Mun

Shout Out Saturday is a series meant to highlight real and singular womxn, in a variety of lines of work, both ‘known’ and unknown, from across the country.

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Babes STILL In Business

Babes STILL In Business

Now, more than ever, it is important to shop LOCAL, shop SMALL, and choose WOMXN-OWNED. The strength of our community depends on it.

We’ve gathered a list of women and non-binary owned small businesses in a variety of categories, who are adapting to the new work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home order. Please check them out in the slideshow below, and show your love however you can!

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This post is part of a series exploring queerness, intimacy + relationships/polyamory as experienced by our shop assistant, Jillian. Click here to read the first post in the series. They’d like to keep the conversation going, feel free to reach out to the

Tap Into Love II: 86 Pronouns

This post is part of a series exploring queerness, intimacy + relationships/polyamory as experienced by our shop assistant, Jillian. Click here to read the first post in the series. They’d like to keep the conversation going, feel free to reach out to them!

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Shout Out Saturday: Lea Thau

Shout Out Saturday: Lea Thau

Shout Out Saturday is a series meant to highlight real and singular womxn, in a variety of lines of work, both ‘known’ and unknown, from across the country.

Lea Thau is a Peabody award-winning director. She’s the creator, producer, and host of the popular storytelling podcast Strangers, and the former Executive & Creative Director of The Moth, where she created The Moth Podcast and The Moth Radio Hour. She has taught storytelling in homeless shelters and prisons, at Harvard and NUY, and at companies like Nike, Google, Intel, and many others.

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Tap Into Love: A Series on Queerness and Polyamory

Tap Into Love: A Series on Queerness and Polyamory

This post is part of a series exploring queerness, intimacy + relationships/polyamory as experienced by our shop assistant, Jillian. They’d like to keep the conversation going, feel free to reach out to them!

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Glitter Box Intersectional Feminist Book Club

What to read, listen to and watch in 2020

The Glitter Box Book Club, online and IRL, gives us a space to talk about what we’re reading or listening to; a space to find suggestions, ask critical or moral questions, and grow together. Unlike a traditional book club, we don’t all read the same book within a set time period. Everyone can bring anything they’re reading and share what they’ve learned or what they’re musing on!

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Gift Guide: Under $20

Gift Guide: Under $20

Giving someone just the right lil’ something can put a genuine smile on their face (and give you the warm and fuzzies). And doing that while supporting a small business and femme-maker makes it even more delightful! Shopping locally and supporting living makers can sound intimidating and expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve put together a guide of products made by womxn and femme folx that are all $20 and UNDER! So you can get everyone on your list - all the birthdays, graduations, promotions, and just-becauses - a perfect prezzie.

Giving someone just the right lil’ something can put a genuine smile on their face (and give you the warm and fuzzies). And doing that while supporting a small business and femme-maker makes it even more delightful! Shopping locally and supporting living makers can sound intimidating and expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve put together a guide of products made by womxn and femme folx that are all $20 and UNDER! So you can get everyone on your list - all the birthdays, graduations, promotions, and just-becauses - a perfect prezzie.

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Maya McGee is the founder of Lux+Orleans, a New-Orleans based company that creates hand-crafted jewelry.

Artists & Activists: Maya McGee of Lux + Orleans

Maya McGee is the founder of Lux+Orleans, a New-Orleans based company that creates hand-crafted jewelry. Founded in August 2010, Maya makes each piece herself with great time and dedication. From pearls to gemstones, resin to metalwork, Lux+Orleans creates jewelry for all styles.

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Artists & Activists: Amy Irvin and NOAF

Artists & Activists: Amy Irvin and NOAF

Amy Irvin is the co-founder and executive director of the New Orleans Abortion Fund. They provide financial assistance to people seeking abortion care here in Louisiana by partnering with the local clinic, Women’s Healthcare Center, as well as making financial pledges to other clinics, including in Baton Rouge and Shreveport.

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