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October 2020 Fariha Róisín Meet Fariha Róisín, Australian-Canadian multidisciplinary artist, author and activist—and our October Monthly Muse.
October 2020 Denim and the Black Community In honor of our Levi’s® SecondHand launch, Dominique Drakeford and Whitney McGuire share their thoughts on the longstanding connection between denim and the Black community.
September 2020 Windy Chien Meet Windy Chien, San Francisco punk-rock goddess, Silicon Valley sweetheart, neo-nautical fiber sculptor—and our very first Monthly Muse.
September 2020 Bianca Valle on Food, Farms & Levi’s® 501®s A chat with influencer Bianca Valle on how it's all connected.
September 2020 LatinX vs Hispanic: Levi’s® Employees Explain Which Is Better, and Why Five LatinX Levi’s® employees talk the term “LatinX” and how they celebrate their culture — during LatinX Heritage Month and throughout the year.
August 2020 The Story Behind Hailey Bieber and Oge Egbuonu’s Powerful Public Service Announcement Hailey Bieber and Oge Egbuonu team up with Levi’s to send a powerful message about V-O-T-I-N-G.
August 2020 TAHIA & ERYN ON SPACES FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR In honor of Women’s Equality Day, Tahia Islam and Eryn Danielle discuss community, identity and radical accountability.
August 2020 ASIA & TASNIM ON GETTING THE WORD OUT In honor of Women’s Equality Day, Asia Medley and Tasnim Ahmed discuss intertwined identities, starting conversations and knowing your history.
August 2020 JULIA & EVELYNN ON HEALING RACIAL TRAUMA In honor of Women’s Equality Day, Julia Childs Heyl and Evelynn Escobar-Thomas discuss intersectionality, self-acceptance and creating community.
July 2020 Send a Message The artists behind our Vote tees open up about their creative inspiration and the importance of voting.
July 2020 How Serge Gay Uses His Art to Fight for Black and Gay Rights An interview with the artist who designed this Trucker Jacket to commemorate and fight for civil rights.
June 2020 Levi Strauss & Co.’s Diversity Problem — And Our Plan to Fix It A look at Levi’s® first ever public diversity report: the numbers, what they mean, and how we’ll improve them.
June 2020 There Isn’t a Yesterday to Return to, Only a Tomorrow to Resolve Senior Merchandising Planner Joel Massiah on our moment of pain and where we go from here.
May 2020 Why ‘Not Being Racist’ is Not Enough This essay by Charis Marquez, VP of Sales & Executive Sponsor of our Black Employee Resource Group, addresses the pain in our community and what we're doing to address it.
May 2020 Levi’s® Executives Reflect on Race, George Floyd and Where We Go From Here A Q&A with Jen Sey, Levi’s CMO and Charis Marquez, Levi’s VP Sales.
April 2020 Rosalie Fish is Running to End Violence Against Indigenous Women Indigenous women suffer violence at an unconscionable rate. Rosalie Fish runs to bring awareness to the issue, push for change, and ensure they be remembered.
March 2020 In Episode 2 of “The 2020 Project,” Visual Artist Shikeith Uses His Work to Elicit Political Change The next generation can’t be contained, according to multidisciplinary artist Shikeith Cathey.
February 2020 Levi’s® Employees Respond: How Has Knowing Your History Helped You Shape the World? 10 Levi’s® employees respond: How has knowing your history helped you shape the world?
February 2020 Levi’s® Employees Respond: Is Black History Month Still Relevant? 10 Levi’s®employees respond: Is Black History Month still relevant?
January 2020 Levi’s® Employees Respond: What Does Black History Month Mean to You? 10 Levi’s® employees reflect on the significance of Black History Month.
January 2020 Levi’s® Partners with Vice on the “The 2020 Project” Docu-Series From immigration to equality, young people are using their voices to drive action. Leading in to the 2020 election, VICE and Yara Shahidi are exploring the issues that matter most.