Not only do these artisans sell gorgeous handcrafted jewelry, but ethical and sustainable practices are a core part of their brands.
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The Puerto Rican trap king churned out three albums in 2020 and rose to the top of the charts. And he isn’t even close to slowing down.
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The Black Lives Matter movement shows the way to penetrate the general ignorance and apathy about the U.S. immigration system among those who haven’t had to navigate it.
His complicity has accelerated a reckoning in the Hmong community about their relationships with law enforcement, and with the black community there.