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      Not Sorry Goods was featured in Metromode!

      Not Sorry Goods was featured in Metromode!

      We were featured in Second Wave Meida's Metromode! Metromode is a digital news magazine focused in the metro area of Michigan! MJ Galbraith wrote:

      "With a retail presence in Ferndale’s Rust Belt Market and a production studio at the Ponyride Detroit maker space, Not Sorry Goods made the most out of their shared workspaces. Now the sustainable lifestyle retailer is ready to make another leap forward: Not Sorry Goods is prepping for the grand opening of their flagship store along Woodward Avenue in downtown Ferndale. A celebration is planned from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday, July 30."

      For any confusion, we will still have a booth Rust Belt Market! We are only a couple minutes away from Rust Belt and will still have product available to shop on the weekends. In our new store you can catch new upcycled products in stock and watch clothing being customized and worked on.  

      Check out the full feature here.

      Playground Detroit features 20 Black Creatives to $upport for Juneteenth

      Playground Detroit features 20 Black Creatives to $upport for Juneteenth
      We're super excited that our Co-founder Dy-Min Johnson was listed alongside 19 other amazing black creatives in Playground Detroit's latest article: "20 BLACK DETROIT CREATIVES TO FOLLOW AND $UPPORT TO HONOR JUNETEENTH" 

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      Happy Juneteenth!

      Happy Juneteenth!

      "What is Juneteenth?"

      Juneteenth is a national holiday celebrating the abolishment of slavery. It originated in Galveston, Texas in 1865 on June 19th. Federal troops arrived and declared that all slaves be freed. This happened nearly three years later after the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed. Throughout this process the export of slaves from Africa to the United States ended.

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