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    BOY MEETS GIRL® BLOG — stop hate

    #STOPHATE: Brianna Taylor

    #STOPHATE: Brianna Taylor

    #STOPHATE: Brianna Taylor

    "I am working to #STOPHATE in my community by approaching my activism through a holistic and intersectional lens. Many of the systems of oppression we are fighting against are multifaceted in the way they disenfranchise marginalized people, therefore, we can’t look at our battles as individuals. My activism engages with every aspect of human life from community investment to lobbying on Capitol Hill. Gun violence, police brutality, voter suppression and more have never been standalone issues and the engagement with fighting against such issues must address their intersections in order to truly liberate marginalized and disenfranchised people."

    - Brianna Taylor 🖤

    Brianna Taylor (she/her/hers) is a first-generation Barbadian-American from Long Island, New York, and a student at The George Washington University. Brianna is a passionate advocate for grassroots activism, gun violence prevention, racial equity and justice, mental health, and women’s reproductive rights and safety. This is evidenced by her relentless work with March For Our Lives NY (@marchforourlives and @mfolny) as an organizer and lobbyist and as a Black Lives Matter advocate.

    Currently, she serves as the Co-Director for the March For Our Lives GW chapter, a Youth Representative for New York Assemblywoman Taylor Darling (@iamtaylordarling), and as the Parliamentarian of the Mu Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

    It is her mission as an activist to bring awareness to the systems of oppression that are plaguing our nation and to hold accountable those who chose to blind themselves to the many injustices in our country.

    As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate. ⁠

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    #STOPHATE: Alliyah Logan

    #STOPHATE: Alliyah Logan

    “I stop hate in my life by investing time and well-being into my community.”

    - Alliyah Logan 🖤

    Alliyah Logan is a youth advocate whose advocacy focuses on three main issues: safety in communities, education equity, and international gender equality, the foundation of her work is centered on empowering Black youth. Alliyah serves as the Director of Youth Engagement at Youth Over Guns, and endlessly advocates for access to safety in communities. Alliyah served as the 2019-2020 Teen Advisor for Girl Up, an initiative through the United Nations Foundation where she advocates for human rights for girls. She has received the Girl Hero award alongside Tarana Burke, Shonda Rhimes, and Dolores Huerta. Alliyah is now a UNICEF Youth Advocate, where she has been able to expand her work internationally. Alliyah’s work has been highlighted on esteemed international platforms such as the New York Times, UNICEF, the United Nations Foundation, and Teen Vogue. Alliyah is a contributor for Parade Magazine - and writes on racial justice, gender justice, and pop culture.

    As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate. ⁠

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    #STOPHATE: Obrian Rosario

    #STOPHATE: Obrian Rosario

    “To stop hate I'm working to make the law and the legal profession accessible to all while also making sure to build spaces for healing and community. Imagine a world where we all know our rights and protect each other from any violation!"

    - Obrian Miguel Rosario

    And don't forget "anything worthwhile is done together"- Mariame Kaba

    Obrian Miguel Rosario is an Afro-Latino organizer, community legal worker, and storyteller hailing from Queens, NY. Obrian has been working with IntegrateNYC, a youth-led organization fighting to dismantle segregation in NYC public schools, to organize and activate 1.1 million students. Obrian specializes in campaign creation, community building, and outreach as he has served in the official role of Director of Branding and Director of Mobilization at the organization. He has sat on panels, lobbied to elected officials, designed and launched campaigns like #RetireSegregation, been highlighted for his work in the NYTimes, and published an OP-ED in the daily news. His advocacy journey has led him to his current position as Executive Director of Outreach at the Peer Defense Project, an intergenerational movement lawyering shop that seeks to support and build youth power in NYC. Obrian is currently enrolled at Howard University where he is a part of the inaugural 3+3 B.A/ J.D joint degree program.

    As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate. ⁠

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    Check out the full collection here.

    #STOPHATE: Karla Sterrett

    #STOPHATE: Karla Sterrett

    "What I do to #STOPTHEHATE has educated others on how they might be able to help marginalized communities, spread resources for folks in need, uplifting small young people-led organizations. As well as encouraging folks to practice self-care however they see it."

    "I'm an 18-year-old Afro-Latina who advocates for social justice and educating the youth on voter suppression and civic engagement. I'm passionate about reclaiming the deserved space for Black, Indigenous, and other people of color."

    - Karla Sterrett 🖤

    As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate. ⁠

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    Shop the t-shirt here.

    Check out the full collection here.

    #STOPHATE: Brooke Baker

    #STOPHATE: Brooke Baker

    "I #STOPHATE by living unapologetically in my Black queer identity and spreading both the knowledge and change I wish to see in this world." - Brooke Baker 🖤

    Brooke Baker is an ever-changing activist and artist merging fashion, education, and marketing to foster equity and inclusion. The Howard University graduate has advanced the movement to end gun violence, promote body positivity, racial and social justice through her powerful fashion designs, communications management, animation, and different mediums of artistic expression.

    As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate. ⁠

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    Shop the t-shirt here.

    Check out the full collection here.

    #STOPHATE: Nia White

    #STOPHATE: Nia White

    “I stop hate by living my truth with the euphoria of love for my people.” - Nia White

    Nia White is a young, black, proud, and loud revolutionary. Being the youngest in rooms and a force to reckon with, Nia is a political, civil, and social justice activist. Studying at Hampton University she majors in political science and minor in communications on the pre-law track. With dreams to become a political commentator, Nia hopes to provide knowledge in ways to educate her community. From the lead organizer of Freedom March NYC, working at the NYC Public advocate office on community mobilization, to the New York State Director for Our Black Party, Nia is a trailblazer. ⁠

    As the youngest of many organizations, she focuses on advocating the voice for the youth and other black women. She brings a new definition to the term activism showing that BLM is an act of resilience, and black joy is resilient. Whether it is dancing to Meg the Stallion, dressing like every day is a fashion show with colorful hair, and healing with self-love all while dismantling white supremacy is radical. Through mutual aid, protest, or simply listening to the needs of her community, this Genz revolutionary born from Jamaican immigrant parents raised in Brooklyn is a leading voice. Her message spreads with features in CNN, Forbes, Facebook, and several other platforms to amplify the work that needs to be done to create a better future for generations to come. ⁠

    As featured this week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate. ⁠

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    Shop the t-shirt here.

    Check out the full collection here.

    #STOPHATE: Luis Hernandez

    #STOPHATE: Luis Hernandez

    “I #STOPHATE by resisting all forms of violence and oppression on and off the frontlines. By doing the work to uproot institutions that fuel hate." - Luis Hernandez 🖤⁠⁠ 

    Luis J. Hernandez (@jona.nyc) is an organizer and activist recognized by BBC Global as 10 Latinos Under 30 Inspiring America. Leading initiatives at the intersection of racial justice and violence prevention he is a movement strategist, creative and non-profit advisor, and a social impact ambassador. As the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Youth Over Guns, Luis is a leading voice for change in the gun violence prevention movement.⁠

    Born and raised in the South Bronx, NYC has molded his ambition and grounding in Black Radical Tradition. At the age of 14, Luis watched his brother go unjustly through America’s Criminal Legal System. Forced to act out of survival Luis began to speak out for safety and justice demanding systems change in bail, policing, and jail conditions-- which led to the enactment of bail reform legislation in NYS.⁠

    He has been recognized for his work by U.S President Joe Biden, The Office of The Brooklyn Borough President, MSNBC, BET, Teen Vogue, Mission Magazine, Instagram, CHNGE, Aeropostale, Levi's, New Yorker Magazine, The Hill, and others. ⁠⁠

    As featured today in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box.⁠

    This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate.

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    Shop the t-shirt here.

    Check out the full collection here.