Education World

When Gavin Grimm took his school district to court docket to defend the rights of transgender college students, he bravely stood for the many LGBTQ+ students dealing with harassment and discrimination in our schools. Today, more than half of LGBTQ+ college students report feeling unsafe at school, and practically a fifth have been pressured to switch colleges. That’s why I will press to enact the Safe Schools Improvement Act, which requires faculty districts to undertake codes of conduct that particularly prohibit bullying and harassment on the idea of sexual orientation and gender identification. And I will affirm and implement federal protections underneath Title IX for all students who’re survivors of sexual harassment and assault. My plan additionally lives up to our collective commitments to students with disabilities.


40% of middle and highschool lecturers teach local weather change inaccurately. If the pandemic has produced anything constructive, it is now past argument … Read More

Thelma West Is On A Mission To Change The Jewelry World

Perhaps the ultimate Renaissance woman of the jewelry world, Thelma West is not just a jewelry designer who specializes in incredible gemstones, she’s also a certified gemologist, diamond dealer, and founder of a gemological laboratory. Where did she find the time? Her newest venture, Thelma West Diamonds, is the pinnacle of her career and combines her extensive knowledge of the jewelry industry and gemology with her unique design aesthetic influenced by her childhood in Nigeria and her exploration of European-style jewelry. 

In Nigeria, jewelry wasn’t solely reserved for special occasions. It was an integral part of their wardrobes and personal style, as well as a source of financial security. “Being Nigerian born, jewelry plays a big role in how we express ourselves, not just in terms of fashion. We also see it as a very meaningful store of value, knowing that if there

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MRO Palace Disrupts The Fashion World With Afrocentric Designs – Press Release

African-Inspired clothing line, MRO Palace, delivers custom Afrocentric designs to men and women of all ages as the Holiday season approaches

Modupe Ogunlaja and her team at MRO Palace are looking to make this Christmas a memorable one for lovers of fashion, especially Afrocentric fashion enthusiasts, with their range of unique designs for men, women, and children. The clothing line has already carved a niche in the industry by staying true to their goal of telling the African story through designs and fabrics representing the continent.

The global fashion market has continued to grow over the years, with tons of brands across the globe emerging to meet the diverse needs of consumers. According to a recent report published by Statista in September 2020, the global retail sales of apparel and footwear reached $1.9 trillion in 2019. The report also revealed a projected growth of the market to over $3

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Fashion world reacts to death of French designer aged 98

The world of fashion has paid tribute to the “extraordinary” designer Pierre Cardin, who has passed away at the age of 98.

Cardin, whose career spanned seven decades, sent shockwaves through the fashion scene of the 1950s and 60s with his futuristic pieces, and pioneered a new way of conducting business by successfully licensing his own name. 

Jean Paul Gaultier, the French designer first hired by Cardin in 1970, thanked his former mentor on Twitter for “opening the doors to fashion and making my dream possible”.

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, artistic director at Benetton, told AFP that Cardin’s “inspiration boosted my imagination”, and

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