Tilda Ruvinga, apparel designer & meme aficionado is our guest in this episode! We talk wage disparities & performative actionism in the fashion industry, and she tells us some of the top ways to support small clothing brands/businesses (spoiler alert: SHARE/TAG them on social!).
August is (coincidently) Black Business month! As Tilda’s experience reminds us, Black women are NOT paid their worth. It’s vital to seek out and support Black (& other members of the global majority) owned businesses alllllll year round.
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