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Give yourself a break. It’s a pandemic.
Give yourself a break. It’s a pandemic.

It’s October 21. How have we made it this far? Amongst a pandemic, an intense election season, racial tensions, and irreparable damage to the climate, American students have survived. This school year has been especially challenging for our mental health, as we navigate the normal worries of starting school again amongst the new obstacles that have arisen as a result of everything happening in the world....

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Girl of the Month: Josie Helm
Girl of the Month: Josie Helm

Josie Helm is the Girl of the Month for our 5th issue! Josie is a Junior in High school at The Brearley School in New York City. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Black Students Demanding Change (BSDC)."BSDC is dedicated to fostering a centralized community space where Black students feel heard, supported, and celebrated. We work to implement racially equitable reform in private schools ...

Land of the Free
Land of the Free

Kaepernick can’t kneel to spread awareness, but when George is slowly suffocated and murdered at the knee of a cop, y’all could care less and then continue to attempt to silence us when we protest. There’s a reason for unrest and we will not rest until something is done. I mean, no offense, but the fact that you need to be convinced shows your part in the incidents that we experience....

Buy Black
Buy Black

While August, also known as support Black-owned businesses month, may be over, the Black community remains the blueprint for much of mainstream fashion and paying that back is still necessary. Plus, there are some really sick Black-owned fashion brands!...

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Girl of the Month: 20 Questions with Destiny Wimpye
Girl of the Month: 20 Questions with Destiny Wimpye

KTM's Girl of the Month for Issue 4 is Destiny Wimpye! She is a 16-year-old ballet dancer. You’ve probably seen her amazing dance photos on Instagram and her exceptional videos of her turning on pointe. Destiny is a Brown Girls Do Ballet and Discount Dance Ambassador, an AS Dancewear Mentee, and an advocate for representation for girls of color in the ballet world....

kashmani: A Dream Come True
kashmani: A Dream Come True

Khadira is an incoming junior at a New York high school. This year, she launched kashmani, a fashion brand that includes everything from clothing to deco stickers. Her products are handmade, upcycled, and reworked, and I can personally tell you, everything from her brand is amazing. Khadira has always been into the arts, specifically visual arts, and plans to continue fashion after high school....

Interview with the Creator of ArtHub NYC: Skye Jackson Williams
Interview with the Creator of ArtHub NYC: Skye Jackson Williams

After seeing the lack of dance studios in New York that give artists the tools and resources to expand on their work, improve, and collaborate Skye Jackson Williams created ArtHub NYC. Skye is an 18 year old artist and aspiring entrepreneur. Continue reading this article to read the interview we had with Skye that discusses her future......