There were eerie predictions for today’s COVID-19 pandemic.
“Innovation will come by catering to how we live in this new anti-viral society,” said Marshal Cohen, chief industry analyst for The NPD Group.
Users will have access to exclusive contents available at popular platforms, including YouTube VR and VEER.
The new Netflix docu-series, “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich,” provides insight into Epstein’s close ties with prominent public figures.
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The clothing will help those who are trying to return to the workforce.
Australian and New Zealand fashion brands and companies are adding their voices to the growing protest movement.
“I apologize that it seemed like my concern for those stores outweighed my concern for our right to protest injustice,” he said.
“What good is it for me to have a business where I sell clothing and make money off people who are constantly living in a state of fear for generations?” said Bobby Kim, owner of streetwear brand The Hundreds in L.A.
The social media campaign urges users to spotlight black and brown voices who are doing social justice work.
The protest is a response to chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg’s refusal to remove the president’s posts suggesting violence over widespread looting.
Several major music studios are calling for a blackout on June 2 to bring awareness to police brutality and racial injustice across the country.
Camille Charrière, Leaf Greener and Louise Follain appear in the web series, which is loosely inspired by “Mean Girls.”