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.
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.
Good News: Teen Wins Award for Discovery That Could Lead to a COVID Cure, Restoring California Forests, + Banning GlyphosateOct 30. 2020
It’s the end of the month, so it’s time for some good news. This time, a nonprofit is redesigning the restoration of California forests lost to wildfires, San Francisco is categorizing racist 911 calls as hate crimes, and a 14-year-old scientist won $25,000 for a discovery that might result in a cure for COVID-19.
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.
Click play to watch an exclusive yoga flow from Aabi Abdun-Nafi, a yoga instructor who leads free, restorative classes at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, DC—and read her full interview with To The People.
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