Black Lives Matter
Issue #6: November/ December 
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, December 2, 2020

 
 
Moda Operandi acknowledges the silence that has taken place within the fashion industry with regards to racism at this pivotal time, and the long history of cultural appropriation within the industry, which has far too few Black designers and leaders. We also acknowledge that we as an organization have not been doing enough to combat systemic racism. In the wake of the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others, we pledge to do better. Henceforth, we are committed to using our platform in support of Black and minority groups in the fashion industry. This page highlights educational resources and shares content that drives the change we wish to see in our society. In the coming weeks, we will detail how we as an organization are doing our part to combat systemic racism and discrimination in all forms.
 
Black Lives Matter
Issue #6: November/ December 
PUBLISHED: Wednesday, December 2, 2020

 
 
Moda Operandi acknowledges the silence that has taken place within the fashion industry with regards to racism at this pivotal time, and the long history of cultural appropriation within the industry, which has far too few Black designers and leaders. We also acknowledge that we as an organization have not been doing enough to combat systemic racism. In the wake of the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others, we pledge to do better. Henceforth, we are committed to using our platform in support of Black and minority groups in the fashion industry. This page highlights educational resources and shares content that drives the change we wish to see in our society. In the coming weeks, we will detail how we as an organization are doing our part to combat systemic racism and discrimination in all forms.
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KAMALA HARRIS MAKES HISTORY 
 
The senator became the first Black person and first woman to be elected Vice President of the United States.

 
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KAMALA HARRIS MAKES HISTORY 
 
The senator became the first Black person and first woman to be elected Vice President of the United States.

 
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BLACK WOMEN IN POLITICS
BLACK WOMEN IN POLITICS
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STACEY ABRAMS LEADS CHANGE 
 
The former state lawmaker helped catalyze a large voter turnout which led to Joe Biden winning Georgia, and a Georgia Senate runoff election in January 2021.  
 
 
 
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BLM ACTIVIST-TURNED-POLITICIAN 
 
Black Lives Matter activist Cori Bush was elected to become Missouri’s first Black congresswoman. 
 
 
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WHO RUNS THE WORLD? 
 
Reps. Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley, or “The Squad”, all won reelection. Also, a record number of Black women were elected or reelected to Congress this year. 
 
 
 
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THE LATEST ON MODA
THE LATEST ON MODA
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WHAT TO READ: The Style Out
 
Meet a diverse cast of six inspiring New York stylists including Mecca James-Williams, Jessica Willis, and more who are championing change and inclusive representation in the fashion industry. 
 
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WHO TO FOLLOW: Shaniqwa Jarvis
 
The renowned photographer recently shot President Obama for the cover of InStyle magazine, and is currently offering a portrait sitting in Moda’s edit of Exceptional Gifts. 
 
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WHAT TO WATCH: LIVE WITH…

In our latest Instagram Live, legendary stylist and designer Misa Hylton and Jason Rembert, designer and founder of Aliétte, connect for an unmissable conversation. 
 
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Why Kwanzaa Is Important In The Black Community

Here’s everything to know about the African-American and Pan-African holiday—and some popular recipes to try.
 

 
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Why Kwanzaa Is Important In The Black Community 
 
Here’s everything to know about the African-American and Pan-African holiday—and some popular recipes to try.

 
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We Need to Do Better  
 
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PREVIOUS ISSUES 
 
Issue #1: 
We Need to Do Better  
 
Issue #2:  July

Issue # 3: August 

Issue # 4: September 

Issue # 5: October