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Chika, Rapper and Activist: On Inclusivity

The twenty-two-year-old queer, plus-size, rap phenomenon shares her thoughts on fashion’s attempts at inclusivity — and what the sector needs to do to connect with a woke Generation Z.
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LOS ANGELES, United States — Chika shares her thoughts on what inclusivity is and why it's important today more than ever to help move forward conversations. She also addresses what fashion, music and communities across the globe need to do to connect with a woke Generation Z. Chika is a self-described "big, black, gay, vocal girl" who has caught the attention of music heavyweights, political crusaders and the fashion industry alike through her poetic and activism-imbued freestyle rhymes.

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