Category: Social Impact

Learn How To Be An Ally to POC

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A Blog by Abeyah Ishmael In today’s society, it’s not a secret that racism is a huge issue and topic. After the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many others, people have done a variety of things to help fight against injustice, such as protesting. Racism has been around for a long time […]

Why Women Run the World

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A blog by Erika Agata It all truly began in 1963 when the Equal Rights Amendment was passed. But before that, women were only considered to be stay-at-home mothers and caretakers for both their husbands and children. However, when men went off to serve in the first World War, women were given the chance to […]

Doing It Right: A Client Shoutout

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A Blog by Jakson Buhaj Racism has been a big issue across the world for thousands of years. It is defined as “prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people based on their membership of a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized.” Over time, brave people […]

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 […]

Celebrate Black History

Celebrate Black History

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I’m just going to come out and say that white people in the US have a funny – no – deceitful way of rewriting history. Like, Thanksgiving did not go down the way our kindergarten teachers taught us it did. One of the things that really struck me when traveling through Germany, was how many […]

Knit’s Social Mission Part 2

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Whenever I have the opportunity to be interviewed or speak to an audience about Knit Marketing, the question comes up, “what led you start Knit?” which I suppose you can find in bits and pieces throughout our website, but I’ve never actually taken the time to explain the story in detail. With Yesenia’s recent blog […]