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From a young age, Davonna Corzine has been interested in the metaphysical realm, learning the practice of tarot card reading — what she likens metaphysical therapy — in high school.
Available in a wide array of colors, Daisy Native's "Girls Support Girls" shirt could be seen across women's marches in January, worn as a sign of solidarity for all women.
Gender equity, of course, means the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. But what does that mean to you?
On March 8, 2017, we'll celebrate International Women's Day, a call on the masses (and ourselves) to help forge a better working world—a more inclusive, gender-equal world.
“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry,” directed by filmmaker and activist Mary Dore, is a wide-encompassing look at the second wave feminist movement — one that covers a broad range of issues tackled by women between 1966 and 1971, including reproductive rights, sexual liberation, rape consciousness, lesbianism, and women’s health.
As Adrienne Dawes tells it, 2016 was a super crazy year for the multi-hyphenate playwright, director, producer, and all around creative force. In addition to writing and/or producing three sold out productions last year — Denim Doves, Love Me Tinder, and Doper than Dope — Dawes also ran the show at Heckle Her, an Austin-based production company committed to original comedies featuring people of color.
Investment advisor Sara Glakas of Black Barn Financial talks retirement savings for entrepreneurs and the self-employed.
Even if at times it may seem like it, not everyone in Austin is an aspiring musician, painter, maker, creator, etc. Knowing that, Candice Digby has focused her own talents — creative thinking and a penchant for community building — to help those who are creating art in this city (as well as those who want to be) thrive.
Boss Babes ATX Resident Artist Dawn Okoro talks with us about self-reflexivity, what inspires her, and her process (lots of "A Seat at the Table" on repeat).
Driven by a genuine need to help people and a commitment to the non-9-to-5 lifestyle, Ezra Edwards — perhaps better known as DJ GirlFriend — has been creating spaces for the Austin queer community since 2011.