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      BeKind Detroit X Fashion Revolution Week

      BeKind Detroit X Fashion Revolution Week

      Join BeKind Detroit for an evening of sustainable empowerment, sustainable shopping, and a showing of the short film Catwalk to Creation: a series of short films following the journey of garments. Filmmakers Charney Magri, and Ramzi Moutran look at the impact of fashion and hear from those who are working for a different kind of fashion industry. 

      Who: Us + You + Friends

      What: BeKind Detroit X Fashion Revolution Week

      When: April 23 @ 5PM

      Where: The Rust Belt Market in Ferndale

      Why: Fashion Revolution Week is the time when we come together as a global community to create a better fashion industry. It centres around the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1,138 people and injured many more on 24 April 2013. 
      #whomademyclothes

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      New Beanie Collab with Gathering Coffee Gives Back to Detroit Community Fridge

      New Beanie Collab with Gathering Coffee Gives Back to Detroit Community Fridge

       We're so excited to share our latest collaboration with beloved Detroit spot, Gathering Coffee Company. We met with Emily Steffen, owner of Gathering Coffee, earlier this year to figure out how we could create a positive impact in our community. Together we decided to create a beanie with one of her most meaningful phrases that she uses at her store, "Shame has no place" as a reminder to the people that we serve. You are worthy, you are deserving, you are not alone.

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      A Letter from the Founders

      A Letter from the Founders
      Founders Dy-Min Johnson and Jessica Minnick discuss the roll out of Not Sorry Goods, what it means for the company and their continued commitment to creating an inclusive, sustainable future.

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