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Menswear Budget-Friendly Tips, Styling Advice, and Diversity in Fashion: An Interview with Styled by Sale Blogger, Chase Heitman

When we think of fashion, women’s fashion sticks out foremost in our minds. Yet, menswear fashion is just as important and has its place in the industry. When it comes to men’s clothing, however, prices can be a bit on the expensive side, so finding ways to be stylish on a budget is just as important for men as it is for women… and maybe even more so.

Offering tips and advice for men looking to up their style game without breaking the bank is Styled by Sale blogger, Chase Heitman. An enthusiastic, 20-year-old, fashion marketing student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Chase was kind enough to share a few of his tips, his hopes for the fashion industry, discuss diversity in fashion, and trends in men’s fashion with Taken Up Spaces (T.U.S.).Read More »

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Black Political Quotes

14 Powerful Quotes from Black Candidates from the 2018 Midterms

It was a heated midterm season, and opinions were extremely polarized. But it is all coming to an end, and the final votes are being tallied. Soon we will know the makeup of our congress for the next 2 years. What’s more, 2018 boasted an increase in black candidates, men and women alike. It also gave us some amazing one-liners from those candidates via debates, speeches, or in interviews.

Here is a quick round-up of powerful quotes, past and present, from black candidates who made headlines this 2018 Midterm season:Read More »

Build A Children's Library

How to Build a Children’s Library You and Your Little One Will Love!

Being a parent means having a lot of things to consider when it comes to your child. However, if you are an avid reader, then building the perfect children’s library may be at the top of your list of things to do. Especially, if you’re expecting your first tiny scholar-in-training. But there are so many book options and, honestly, they all look great. So, how do you choose which books to add to the collection, where to find them… and who gets to picks out the books anyway? Here are a few suggestions to get you building your own children’s library.Read More »

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A Midterm of “Firsts” : Meet 4 Political Candidates Positioned to Change History

Anyone with access to a phone, television, or with eyes that can see is aware of the midterm elections approaching this November 6, 2018. With opinions and political views polarized to one extreme or the other, there is a tension in the atmosphere that is almost impossible to ignore.

This year’s midterm election marks a momentous event with more black people and people of diverse backgrounds taking to the campaign trails and running to fill a number of vacant seats in Congress and even one in the presidential cabinet. What’s more, despite it being 2018, a number of these candidates have a chance at being the first in their desired position.

Here is a quick look at four political candidates running who could, potentially, be in our future history books!Read More »

Aspirational Youth Fellowship Promotes Diversity in American Orchestras

Encouraging youth to pursue their goals and cultivate their talents is always a worthwhile cause to support. What’s more, when there are those who take the time to reach out to young ones from communities where opportunities are limited, their contributions hold an even greater impact. This month 4 young, aspiring musicians received a rare opportunity that could set them on a lifelong career in classical music.Read More »