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Pride: Resources for LGBTQIA+ Youth

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It’s a scary feeling not knowing whether or not you have the support of those around you when transitioning “out of the closet.” It’s especially scary when you’re a teenager and live with closed minded individuals. Hell, it’s the worst knowing that there is a possibility you can be kicked out for being who you […]

Pride Month: The Origin

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Some people have the common misconception that all members of the LGBTQIA+ have it easy. Now that relationships between people of the same sex have been normalized at least in cities like Los Angeles, for example, life isn’t hard at all! After all, who doesn’t want a GBF (Gay Best Friend)?  Although things have gotten […]

Pride: My Story

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What does it mean to be part of the LGBTQIA+ community? What does it mean to grow up in the United States as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community? What does it mean to be a person of color in the LGBTQIA+ community?  Growing up, everything seemed fine. You know, I got my fair share […]

The Life and Times of an Independent Artist

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The words “independent artist” get thrown around a lot these days. You might be wondering, what exactly that means? Depending on who you ask, you might get different answers, but I’m here to give you my definition based on what I’ve experienced during my time as an independent artist. First let me introduce myself: my […]

KnitTV Presents the Global Trash Crisis

#KnitTV Presents: The Global Trash Crisis

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I think people underestimate how important it is to take care of our environment. They think it’s hard and that it doesn’t really matter if they change because other people are not changing. We hide behind what others are doing, but if no one steps up to it, we are doomed. At this point, we […]

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KnitTV Presents: Women Making History with Marina Terteryan

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Marina Terteryan has traveled the world and interviewed service designers all over the globe to really dig into and study the industry. She’s an expert service designer, obsessed with learning about all the details that make something a great or not-so-great experience for customers, and has been trained in asking endless amounts of questions. She’s […]

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KnitTV Presents: Women Making History with Andi Israel

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My good friend Andi Israel is single handedly improving the affordable housing crisis in Los Angeles. While many great solutions exist, Andi’s company, RxLA takes an innovative approach at adding more affordable housing options through impact investing instead of relying on government tax credits. Learn more about RxLA and Andi’s incredible journey as an entrepreneur […]

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KnitTV Presents: Women Making History with Jasmine Foroutan

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Jasmine Foroutan is a powerhouse ladyboss helping startups getting the funding they need to make their dents in the universe. She’s an expert in all things storytelling and branding, and the incredible Founder/ CEO of Pitch Genius, a boutique pitch deck consulting firm. I had the opportunity to speak with Jasmine about all things entrepreneurship […]

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KnitTV Presents: Women Making History with Bracy Fuentes

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Bracy is a good friend of mine from USC and I’ve always been encouraged and inspired by how many ways she finds to help entrepreneurs of all ages and walks of life. She trains youth entrepreneurs with her work at NFTE Los Angeles, and people at all stages of their entrepreneurial journey at Omniworks. Hear […]