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Dream Beyond™ with Youth To The People

As Julie Dawkis alludes to in systems, her poem for Dream Beyond, the fifth issue of To The People zine, our collective healing happens first as a dream, a thought. But what happens next is what makes all the difference.

[PODCAST] Bringing Wellness to the People

Access to nourishment of all kinds is vital for wellness, and today, on To The People, you’ll meet a few of our friends who are dedicating themselves to bringing wellness to their communities. + Joe Cloyes, co-founder of YTTP, stops by to talk about skin health—and how it starts within.

[PODCAST] Deja Foxx + She Should Run Want All Women to Dream Beyond™

As we gear up for an election in which record-breaking numbers of women are running for office, the YTTP fam is feeling particularly inspired to Dream Beyond™. In season 00 episode 03 of To The People Podcast, you’ll meet two friends of YTTP who are working to build up women and femmes and ensure our equitable futures.

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. 

From YTTP Studios Comes ‘To The People’ Podcast

Every Sunday, you’ll meet visionaries and community builders who are creating the changes they dream of seeing in the world. In season 00, episode 01, Alyssa is joined by YTTP co-founder Greg Gonzalez and Deun Ivory—the multidisciplinary artist and founder of nonprofit, The Body: A Home For Love.

Sustainable Clothing Manufacturer Upcycle Considers the Care of Both the Planet and Garment Workers

When creating our classic oversized plastic bottle crewneck, YTTP Studios turned to one of our partners in sustainability, Upcycle, a Los Angeles-based sustainable clothing manufacturer. Upcycle creates clothing out of recyclable materials already available, and their in-house knitting and dyeing processes use 40% less water and power than conventional methods. "The [manufacturing] process needed a makeover," says Tabitha Vogelsong, co-founder of Upcycle.