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Fourall’s Guide to Sustainable Fashion

Fourall’s Guide to Sustainable Fashion

“Why should you care? Because fast fashion can be deadly. If we allow fast fashion to continue at the rate it’s currently at, our world will continue to become inhabitable.”

FOURALL writer Alina Gao expands on how to make your wardrobe more sustainable & the dangers of fast fashion.

Police Brutality Around the World

Police Brutality Around the World

“Although police brutality is still one of the most central issues that displays systemic and institutionalized racism in the US right now, it is important to remember that police brutality is not only an American issue – it is a global one. Indeed, police brutality did trigger the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020, starting a global movement.”

FOURALL contributor Lindsay Wong covers the recent uptick in police brutality on a global scale.

Issue 7 Bonus: Sustainable Beauty

Issue 7 Bonus: Sustainable Beauty

“This movement has led to companies scrambling to hop on this movement and appeal as “green” and “eco-friendly”. Greenwashing is when a company uses marketing tactics to make consumers think their products are more sustainable than they actually are.”

FOURALL writer Alina Gao talks about sustainable beauty, the dangers greenwashing, and her fave sustainable beauty products/brands you should keep an eye on.

Issue 7 Bonus: COVID-19 in India

Issue 7 Bonus: COVID-19 in India

“Fear haunts the minds of the citizens of India as people struggle to gasp for breath on the streets and succumb at a shockingly upsetting rate. At this point, citizens are desperate to know when this cacophonous nightmare will come to an end, but another potent question is how.”

FOURALL writer Anamika Satheesh covers the horrific effects of COVID-19 in India for Issue 7’s bonus content collection.

Issue 7 Bonus: The State of Socioeconomic Climate in the Midst of Lockdown

Issue 7 Bonus: The State of Socioeconomic Climate in the Midst of Lockdown

“It is interesting to see the reshaping of socioeconomic disposition of the population throughout the ongoing pandemic, with the new distribution of population, some areas are observed to be significantly improved and others not so much.”

FOURALL writer Maisie Cu details the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on North American working class people’s livelihoods for Issue 7’s bonus content collection.

Issue 7 Bonus: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Issue 7 Bonus: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

“While celebrating AAPI Heritage Month has always held great significance, this year, it holds far greater weight than in years past.
The year 2020 saw a petrifying increase of 150% in racial crime primarily against the Asian American community.”

FOURALL writer Diya Bahukhandi explains the orgins and importance of AAPI Heritage Month for Issue 7’s bonus content collection.

How To Not Be Sexist

How To Not Be Sexist

“You have to come to terms with your internalized misogyny. Maybe you don’t have a complete misogynist character or inherent sexist beliefs, but you benefit from people that do.”

Ariana de la Cruz breaks down the damaging effects of the patriarchal society we live in, and how we can all begin to break free of Misogyny’s agonizing wrath.

Capital Punishment v. Life in Prison

Capital Punishment v. Life in Prison

“The death penalty can be inflicted for treason, murder, large-scale drug trafficking, and more. But what happens when an offender is convicted and executed but is actually innocent? Is it fair that innocent people are being killed on death row?”

Maxine Tattoli shares her views on America’s flawed criminal justice system, and why capital punishment, aka the death penalty, needs to be abolished.