"Diversity to Rock the Runway at New York Fashion Week" (Reuters)
"Last season more than 25 percent of the models in shows in New York, London, Paris and Milan were women of colour. New York led the way, with 30.3 percent, and that could rise this year."
"How High Street Clothes Were Made by Children in Myanmar for Thirteen Pence an Hour" (The Guardian)
"Workers told investigators that they were paid as little as 13p an hour producing clothes for UK retailers – half the full legal minimum wage."
"Super Bowl Sunday Was a Breakthrough Moment for Companies Opposing Trump" (Vanity Fair)
"Advertisements celebrating immigrants and a fiery amicus brief were the latest in a series of humbling setbacks for the Trump administration."
"The Dangerous Business of Leather" (Roads and Kingdoms)
"Hindu nationalism is on the rise in India, making it increasingly difficult for them to do their job. This summer, in the nearby city of Lucknow, two Dalits were attacked by cow vigilantes for doing exactly that."