Nike Embraces Inclusivity in New Ad

Nike Embraces Inclusivity in New Ad

by Rakhee Bhatt

Nike Spotlights Plus-Size Dance Crew from Alabama State University as Part of It’s ‘Just Do It’ Anniversary Ad Campaign

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A Campaign You’ll Want to Watch Again & Again: Dream Crazier with Nike and The Honeybeez

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As part of the 30th anniversary celebration for their “Just Do It” campaign celebrating groundbreaking athletes in order to inspire the next generation, Nike released a video spotlighting a plus-size dance crew from Alabama State University. Dubbed The Honeybeez, the dancers perform in Alabama and hold workshops around the country aimed at inspiring young girls to become more confident in themselves.


Plus-Size Model Lauren Chan on Conquering the Runway—And Clapping Back at Internet Trolls

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After modeling in her first NYFW runway show for Chromat’s Spring 2018 collection, model and writer Lauren Chan talks about encountering her first experience with Internet trolls, vowing never to walk a runway again. When Fall 2019 came around, Chan was convinced to walk in 11 Honoré’s first NYFW show, saying “Part of me also knew I couldn’t let faceless, classless, Internet psychos write the end of this story.”


Lizzo Isn’t Just Part of a Movement. She’s a Movement All Her Own.

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Rapper, singer and songwriter Lizzo gets candid in Allure’s digital cover story, discussing music as a vehicle for telling her life story and why she spent years concealing her natural hair with wigs. The multi hyphenate also discusses size-inclusive fashion, saying “If you’re not making clothes for me, and if you don’t want to make clothes for me, I don’t want to wear your [designs]…If you want to change the game and dress a fat body, call me.”

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I Love My Plus-Size Body but I Still Deal with Food Shame

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Writer and body-positive activist Laura Delarato pens a personal essay about the cultural and social stigmas she faces when out and about and enjoying food. Delarato also shares the ways in which she combats these sentiments such as taking photos of herself naked. “I spent so many years at war with my body that I had to re-expose my brain to what I look like, how I move and how I feel,” says Delarato. “Nakedness has become so routine that I don’t fear my body anymore.”


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