Month: May 2021

Intersectional Environmentalism

[Intersectional Environmnentalism] aims to ensure that the voices of marginalized groups and vulnerable communities are not minimized or ignored in a historically whitewashed movement.  In 1989, the term ‘intersectional’ was coined by  Dr. Kimberle Crenshaw, who defined intersectionality as an analytical framework for understanding how aspects of someone’s socio-political identity e.g. class, race, gender, religion, …

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Fuchsia and Florals

A celebration of Fuchsia and Florals! Fuchsia is such a lovely, bright, and bold color. Often only found in nature as Chrysanthemums, Hibiscus, Bougainvillea, or Fuschia flowers. Fuchsia, the color, can be styled elegantly opulent or vintage casual. Here are some of our favorite Fuchsia features! Model: Aalia Pink Gown (vintage) from Shop Myrgle Earrings …

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