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Good News: Nevada Protects Same-Sex Marriage, Kim Ng Makes MLB History, + More

This month in the world of Good News, Kim Ng made history as Major League Baseball’s first woman + East Asian American general manager, young voters in Georgia turned out in the highest numbers nationwide, and the American Medical Association recognized racism as a threat to public health and decided to mitigate it by adopting anti-racist policies.

Meet The Muse: Earth

Going outdoors is a source of healing that brings us back to ourselves—and connects us, quite literally, to something that’s bigger than us. Spending time in nature and building a relationship with the Earth can result in plenty of introspection. At the root, the Earth sustains us, heals us, and offers nourishment.

Clean Means Safe for You + for the Planet

Youth To The People is clean skincare, but that can mean so many things, so here’s some clarity: when we say “clean,” we mean that it’s effective, of course, and also safe both for your skin and for the planet. What we put on our skin ends up in the planet’s bodies of water, and we have only one planet to protect.

Limited-Edition Protect the Planet Tee Available for Pre-Order!

This limited-edition Protect the Planet tee, which we made for you with the planet in mind, is made from 100% recycled cotton. It has a loose fit and is ready to be worn by all. The tee is pre-shrunk, so it’ll retain its classic shape, and is locally manufactured in Los Angeles, California to keep carbon emissions to a minimum. It shouts what we believe: invest in community and the environment, and together we can help the world become stronger. 

What My Abuela Taught Me About Beauty

An integral part of celebrating my cultura is recognizing our ancestors and the wisdom they passed down. For many Latinas, our abuelas were especially instrumental in shaping our views on beauty and wellness. 

“Vote Like Your Life Depends on It”

At times, it feels our voice and our vote are all we have. How will we use our voices for those who cannot speak? How will we use our vote to care for those who cannot vote because of unjust systems?

Collective Healing in Nature Starts with Access for All

Hike Clerb is an intersectional womxn’s hike club based in Los Angeles that empowers womxn of color to get outdoors through inclusive and accessible experiences. I’m proud to be a part of a community that is breaking down the barriers to access, not only the outdoors but our inherent right to healing in it.

Yes—This Colored Glass IS Recyclable

Since glass is a permanent material—meaning it can be reused and recycled endlessly without a loss in quality—it’s an ideal solution for sustainable packaging, but it must be recycled properly.