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i have been quoted by others here & there:

gut spillers, truth speakers – a re-post of my article at www.lewisblack.com

https://usbreakingnews.net/2019/09/23/left-goes-ballistic-as-teen-climate-agitator-criticized/

Time running out to help fund new home for Kurt Vonnegut exhibit

The NFL’s Policing of Players’ Tattoos and Spectators’ Purses

https://oneida-nsn.gov/dl-file.php?file=2016/03/Arts-Board_FY14_Q2.pdf

http://saxonhenry.com/de-la-renta-at-century-furniture/http://www.jebraweb.com/philosophy/jebrawebbed-our-blog/68-this-week-in-our-web-march-21-2014

https://www.lewisblack.com/news?page=33http://onefunkymunky.blogspot.com/

https://in-knit.com/the-purl-side/tag/burkini text follows:

“But seriously, the study of clothing through the decades is fascinating; especially vintage swimwear and the story it tells about style changes as a reflection of the way women have changed throughout history.  How many of us have ever stopped to think about what the sporty, thongy, tanky, skirty, sarongy, or strappy suit under our swim coverup tells us about our evolution as women?  I know I haven’t until now.  It is actually part of an incredible historical journey – and the journey continues – and not just for westernized women.  I absolutely love the way Kimann Schultz in this Huffington Post article writes about the recent European Burkini controversy; ‘Westernized women didn’t go from hoop skirts to hot pants in a day, so how about we give this (Burkini) issue some space?  What if – what if – those Burkinis were a baby step in the right – as in correct – direction?  Who is anyone to naysay a small style step for women that in the bigger picture might turn out to be an onset inch towards a giant leap for womankind?’ ”

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Here is a beautiful turban, a Nigerian gele! After all other ideas are dealt with, remember that fashion is about creativity and freedom of expression. I was reminded of this by Kimann Schultz @kimann_s author, illustrator and my friend from the Fashion Arts Society of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. She says, "We humans have the capacity to express ourselves, deeply and completely, through Art in the most sublime ways possible. Even if that expression challenges us, it reflects the artist and it reflects us. How we interpret and come to understand these expressions is part of our collective evolution." #abigailaldridge #millinery #hats #turbans #fashionhistory #gele #philosophy #art #beauty #freedom

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