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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Deserve our Attention—and Answers

The official day of observance for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women is May 5, but it’s an epidemic that deserves year-round focus. A new iteration, MMIWG2S, also includes girls and those from the two-spirit community, who are impacted by violence at an even higher rate. 

Our Sustainability Journey

We’re a consumer goods company and by nature, consumer goods are wasteful. Consumer goods rely on the purchase-to-manufacturing feedback loop. We believe sustainability is a never-ending journey and we are committed to doing better.

The Importance of Community in Transgender Visibility

Community is a place we call in others to learn, where we are intentional about our interactions, but mostly where we look at what we can do with what we have right now. Visibility, like community, is multifaceted and takes collaboration. In this moment, we are being called upon to collaborate on building safer, sustainable futures for transgender people. 

Gun Control IS the Answer

We are donating $50,000 to Everytown in support of gun safety in America, and through our To The Future Fund we will continue to support organizations taking action to build a safe and equitable future for all women, school children, and communities.

The Atlanta Shootings Are Deeply Rooted in Erased Asian-American History

Listen to the stories of Asian-American women and amplify them. By providing Asian-American women with a safe environment to share stories and listening with empathy and attention, we feel safer—and maybe more importantly, we feel seen. And after years of being erased and ignored, that’s exactly what Asian-Americans need.

Women’s Empowerment Guide

When we’re lifting up those around us, we all win—it’s a sentiment echoed by some of the women we’ve been lucky enough to speak with over the past year, and the truth of it comes out in practice. If someone has moved through a previously closed door, she can reach a hand back to help the next person through.