Pierre Chore Jacket

Même, which means “same” in French, is a fitting name for an LA-based children’s clothing brand that operates under the ethos that kids should be free of expectations pertaining to gender. Their Pierre Chore Jacket is an elevated yet playful piece engulfed in wavy stripes. Made in Portugal from 100% cotton, the boxy garment features a drop shoulder, contrast patches and cropped sleeves, encapsulating how …

Reparations Club Tote

This durable tote bag proudly supports LA’s Reparations Club, a concept bookstore and creative hub founded and owned by Jazzi McGilbert. Available in neon yellow or black and emblazoned with the words “Black-Owned / Women-Owned,” the tote is made in the US by workers who earn a livable wage. Crafted from 100% cotton, 13-ounce bull denim, it’s big enough to carry books, groceries, records and …

Indigenous Restaurants in Seattle Work to Decolonize Dining

On 29 November, the Indigenous-owned restaurant ʔálʔal Cafe will open in Seattle, joining other Native-owned eateries in the city like the pop-up Native Soul and acclaimed food truck Off the Rez. The new business—which will highlight Indigenous cuisine as well as art—continues the burgeoning movement in Seattle to empower the Native community and educate about their history in the city. Despite being named after Chief …