Hi all! I'll be on vacation until September 4th. I'm not going to post, but you might see some changes going on around the site and in the Resources section. EDIT: Now called "LEARN" in top navigation.
I'm also spending time with family, reading, and relaxing as much as possible.
Views From My Grandparents' House
My grandparents are moving from their house in Florida after 37 years to Arkansas to be closer to family. Growing up, my house was a block from theirs and I spent a lot of time with them. This is a series of things I'm used to seeing at their house. See more on Instagram.
Ethical Writers Coalition
While I'm gone, check out the site I designed and the cool new group I'm a part of: Ethical Writers Coalition. Add all of the members to your social media and reading lists because they are awesome!
FIXING FASHION is on Kickstarter. Fund an industry insider's expose of the global apparel trade, critically examining the best and worst of industry practices.
As an 18 year apparel industry professional who has spoken out vocally against the social, economic, and environmental costs of the global fashion trade, Michael Lavergne has been deeply disappointed that few industry insiders have come forward to publicly address the real issues at the heart of the Rana Plaza tragedy.
This project is a manifesto for the collective consumer, business, and civil society actions he believes are needed in helping us to rethink the way we make, market and buy our clothes in one of the global economy’s most lucrative and labour intensive sectors.
Tears in the Fabric
Tearsinthefabric.com is a multi-platform resource bringing together eyewitness testimonials, video, photography, journalism and campaign information surrounding the Rana Plaza factory collapse of 2013, as well as other materials relating to the international garments industry.
Tears in the Fabric is run and curated by Rainbow Collective and OpenVizor and and all materials are free for non-profit use.
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