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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Bathed in purple lights and backed by a neon “was it even real” sign, Olivia O’Brien swayed and moved with the crowd.
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Bathed in purple lights and backed by a neon “was it even real” sign, Olivia O’Brien swayed and moved with the crowd.
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“I don’t have to fit any box. I was never an obvious stereotype. I just sing from that perspective as a human of the world,” Vine said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I don’t have to fit any box. I was never an obvious stereotype. I just sing from that perspective as a human of the world,” Vine said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Many great Goo Goo Dolls hits were played, including “Better Days,” “Sympathy” and “Come To Me.” The lead singer made an active effort to personalize this part of the concert, even talking about his wife, who inspired a lot of his songs.
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Many great Goo Goo Dolls hits were played, including “Better Days,” “Sympathy” and “Come To Me.” The lead singer made an active effort to personalize this part of the concert, even talking about his wife, who inspired a lot of his songs.
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When we buy from companies, we implicitly support their values and actions. In the case of unsustainable companies, we support their pollution and waste. Yet there are some brands trying to cater to our inner pathos and sense of style. Here are five brands displaying an incredible approach to modern fashion.
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When we buy from companies, we implicitly support their values and actions. In the case of unsustainable companies, we support their pollution and waste. Yet there are some brands trying to cater to our inner pathos and sense of style. Here are five brands displaying an incredible approach to modern fashion.
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The outfits worn on the show are symbols of their subjugation and not of their brave fight for freedom. So when Yandy creates a sexualized version of these outfits, which represent imprisonment and inequality, the company’s intention to empower women turns into simply sexualizing oppression itself.
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The outfits worn on the show are symbols of their subjugation and not of their brave fight for freedom. So when Yandy creates a sexualized version of these outfits, which represent imprisonment and inequality, the company’s intention to empower women turns into simply sexualizing oppression itself.
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Even though Vogue may not have intended for Jenner’s hair to be seen as an afro, it can easily be interpreted that way. Jenner posing with a Black woman whose natural curls were styled straight is tone deaf to the problematic history of a racist society trying to straighten and oppress Black individuals’ hair.
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Even though Vogue may not have intended for Jenner’s hair to be seen as an afro, it can easily be interpreted that way. Jenner posing with a Black woman whose natural curls were styled straight is tone deaf to the problematic history of a racist society trying to straighten and oppress Black individuals’ hair.
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In a way, Revolve’s campaign fuels the fire of internet hatred by showing the haters that influencers actually read their comments and, furthermore, gives free rein to other degraders to use similar language.
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In a way, Revolve’s campaign fuels the fire of internet hatred by showing the haters that influencers actually read their comments and, furthermore, gives free rein to other degraders to use similar language.
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