Sharon Chuter Ignited a Grassroots Anti-Racism Movement in Beauty That Is Reverberating Throughout Corporate America
The Pull Up for Change creator and Uoma Beauty CEO and founder discusses the ripple effect her initiatives have made in 2020 — and where we go from here.
This New Online Retailer Pairs Shoppers With Beauty Brands That Align With Their Values
"Today, more than ever, shoppers understand that how and where they spend their dollars can drive real economic impact," says Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.
Must Read: Designers Are Challenging Fatphobia in Fashion, 'Allure' Profiled Black Hairstylists at Home During Quarantine
Plus, the problematic history of the term "dreadlocks" and Tracy Reese on how fashion can become anti-racist.
Pull Up For Change Founder Sharon Chuter's Mission to Build an Anti-Racist Beauty Industry Is Just Getting Started
"I'm going to tell my whole damn industry to pull up."
Must Read: Beauty Brands Are Being Called Upon to Change, Black Creatives Speak Up About Racism in Fashion
Plus, why fashion can't wait for consumers to demand sustainability.
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Steps Fashion Companies Can Take to Become Genuinely Anti-Racist
Start by treating the current moment less as a PR challenge than as a call for deep reflection and systemic change.