Kimberlé Crenshaw, Ann Lewnes, Wonya Lucas have joined the Sundance Institute Board of Trustees alongside Uzodinma Iweala, Amanda Kelso, William Plapinger, and Junaid Sarieddeen who joined over the last year. The group will work closely with Board Chair Pat Mitchell and Executive Director Keri Putnam.
“We are so grateful to welcome the expertise and unique perspectives of Kimberlé, Uzodinma, Amanda, Ann, Bill, and Junaid to Sundance as we move forward in this challenging time,” saidMitchell. “Our board possesses the right skills, a broad range of talents and a high level of commitment to our founding values and ethics to guide the organization’s mission oriented work in supporting emerging artists around the world and connecting audiences to their stories.”
The new members join the Institute’s board comprised of Robert Redford, President & Founder; Pat Mitchell, Chair; Jeanne Donovan Fisher, Vice Chair; Ebs Burnough, Vice Chair; Sean Bailey, Ritesh Batra, Jason Blum, Lisa-Michele Church, Kenneth Cole, Pascal Desroches, Fred Dust, Philipp Engelhorn, Caterina Fake, Robert J. Frankenberg, Donna Gruneich, Cindy Harrell Horn, Charles D. King, Lisa Kron, Lyn Davis Lear, Gigi Pritzker, Alejandro Ramírez Magaña, Amy Redford, Geoffrey K. Sands, Nadine Schiff-Rosen, and Lynette Wallworth.
The Sundance Institute Board has typically included between 24-28 members. With three board members terms concluding, and additions over the last year, the Institute is now composed of a 32-person Board, 10 of whose members self-identify as BIPOC and six of whom self-identify as Black. The Board is 50% men and 50% women.
Crenshaw is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the African American Policy Forum, and the founder and Executive Director of the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia Law School. She is the Promise Institute Professor at UCLA Law School and the Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor at Columbia Law School. She is popularly known for her development of “intersectionality,” “Critical Race Theory,” and the #SayHerName Campaign, and is the host of the podcast Intersectionality Matters!, a columnist for The New Republic, and the moderator of the widely impactful webinar series Under The Blacklight: The Intersectional Vulnerabilities that the Twin Pandemics Lay Bare.
Iweala is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and medical doctor. As the CEO of The Africa Center, he is dedicated to promoting a new narrative about Africa and is Diaspora.
Kelso has spent the last 25 years serving as a creative communications and brand leader for global tech companies as well as lending her skills to non-profit organizations and startups. Her tenure includes overseeing the stewardship of Instagram’s community of more than one billion people, serving as the Managing Director of Google Creative Lab, and providing creative digital leadership at Goodby Silverstein & Partners and West Ventures.
Lewnes is the EVP and Chief Marketing Officer of Adobe, a position she has held for over a decade.
Lucas is president and chief executive officer of Crown Media Family Networks. Lucas oversees the company’s portfolio of entertainment brands, including linear networks Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, and Hallmark Drama; and subscription video on demand service Hallmark Movies Now.
Plapinger was a partner for almost three decades (and is now Senior Counsel) at the global law firm Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, and has dedicated most of his time since 2012 to the not-for-profit sector, primarily education, as well as conservation and the arts.
Sarieddeen is a theatre actor, director, dramaturge, and a founding member of Beirut-based Zoukak Theatre Company (2006). He has directed several theatre plays with Zoukak and other artists including, Ish Ibka… (2007), Lucena / Obedience Training (2013), Heavens (2014), The Jokers (2017), and 36 Abbas street, Haifa (2017).
Victoria Mahoney, who is the first woman ever to direct a Star War movie, will direct the Kerry Washington-Sterling K. Brown action drama Shadow Force for Lionsgate. Mahoney served as the second unit director on Disney’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Shadow Force, written by Leon Chills and Joe Carnahan, follows an estranged husband and wife with a bounty on their heads who must go on the run with their son to avoid their former employer – a unit of shadow ops that has been sent to kill them.
Shadow Force is being produced by Stephen “Dr.” Love, who is producing through his Made with Love Media company, along with Washington, who is producing through her production company Simpson Street; Brown, who is producing through his Indian Meadows Productions; and Simpson Street’s Pilar Savone. The film is executive produced by Indian Meadows’ Danielle Reardon, Jennifer Wiley-Stockton, and by Katherine Atkinson.
“Victoria is one of the most impressive and in-demand directors working today,” said Lionsgate Motion Picture Group President of Production Erin Westerman. “Like with all of her work, she will bring iconic action, warmth, style, and gravitas to Shadow Force. We know she, along with Kerry and Sterling and the talented production team will elevate this exciting production.”
“We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Victoria Mahoney,” said Washington and Brown in a joint statement. “Her vision is inspiring. Her enthusiasm is infectious. Her artistry and insight have already deepened this electrifying project.”
Mahoney has steadily been a director in demand, helming episodes of Lovecraft Country, Grey’s Anatomy, Power, American Crime, Claws, Queen Sugar, and I Am the Night, among others. During her career, she has been hired by JJ Abrams, Ava DuVernay, Patti Jenkins, John Ridley, and Debbie Allen.
Mahoney directed her first feature Yelling to the Sky in 2011, which made its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival where it was nominated for a Golden Bear. A New York City native, Mahoney developed Yelling to the Sky through the Directors and Screenwriters Sundance Institute Labs and was named an Auerbach Fellow, Annenberg Fellow, Cinereach Fellow, Maryland Fellow, Tribeca Fellow, and IFP Narrative Lab Fellow.
She is represented by CAA and Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano. Shadow Force is being overseen at Lionsgate by Aaron Janus, and Aaron Edmonds. Quinn Curry is overseeing the production for Made With Love Media. Lionsgate’s Robert Melnik negotiated the deal on behalf of the studio.
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This Is Us season five will be arriving on NBC very soon and viewers in the US have been waiting a long time for the next batch of episodes. The family drama series has been gripping fans in the US since it made its debut in 2016, and the series follows the families of two parents. Fans are keen to find out how many episodes are in season five, and Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
How many episodes are in This Is Us series 5?
This Is Us has been such a success that in May 2019, NBC decided to renew the series for a further three seasons, meaning there is plenty more drama to come.
The fifth season lands on October 27 and the series will continue to follow the lives of Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca Pearson (Mandy Moore).
The episodes follow the children of Jack and Rebecca – Kevin (played by Justin Hartley), Kate (Chrissy Metz) and Randall (Sterling K Brown) – who was adopted by the family.
The start of season five will see the siblings celebrating their 40th birthdays, and the first two episodes have been aptly named Forty: Part One and Forty: Part Two.
Fans will be pleased to hear season five will follow suit when it comes to the number of episodes, as there will once again be 18 parts to the new season.
Usually the episodes are all given unique titles, however the names for the new episodes are yet to be revealed by NBC.
Fans were thrilled when they found out the series was being renewed, and the NBC co-chairman, Paul Telegdy, suggested there was no particular end in sight for the show.
Viewers fell in love with the show’s concept as it follows different characters over a number of different time frames.
The series has received countless Emmy nominations and Screen Actors Guild Awards since it started airing. Creator Dan Fogelman Tweeted following the news of the season renewal, saying: “Three years ago, we were live-tweeting the premiere of our TV show, hoping someone, anyone might watch…Today our friends at @nbc picked up #ThisIsUs for THREE more seasons, bringing us to six.”
He went on to add how the show has received a huge amount of support, adding: “It’s also due to our impassioned, dedicated fans. Some days you guys hate Miguel, some days you guys love Miguel, but we ALWAYS love you.” Miguel Rivas (Jon Huertas) is Rebecca’s second husband in the series.
Each episode usually takes place in the present day, and it includes flashbacks so fans can delve into each character’s past.
Kevin and Kate were two of three babies born to Rebecca and Jack – their third triplet, Kyle, was stillborn and so the family chose to adopt a third child – Randall.
A sneak peek from season five has been uploaded on Twitter and it shows Kevin visiting his sister Kate, and he is wearing a facemask to depict life during the coronavirus lockdown.
Kevin reveals to Kate that his partner Madison (Caitlin Thompson), is expecting twins, and Kate ‘air hugs’ the pair, congratulating them.
Fans are excited to see what happens next, with one saying on Twitter: “Madison and Kevin are adorable! Can’t wait to watch the new episodes! Randall and Kevin are making me nervous!”
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Following the release of some first-look images, another fan said: “I know I am one of the few, but I like Madison and Kevin together! Look how sweet those pics are.”
Fans in the US have previously been able to watch the series on Hulu, however this year the episodes will air on the NBC service Peacock.
The new episodes will air a week after their initial release on NBC, so if fans wish to watch the series online, they will be a week behind.
Fans in the UK will also be able to watch the latest episodes on Amazon Prime Video, and the upcoming episodes are said to focus on the coronavirus outbreak, and the poignant Black Lives Matter protests.
Actor Hartley has been teasing parts of the latest season on his Instagram account, saying: “The best plans you’ll have all year kick off 10/27!.”
Actress Metz spoke to Entertainment Tonight Canada about how season five was created in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
She said: “We as a cast were like ‘Oh my gosh, what if the show doesn’t come back this year? We don’t want to miss a whole season.’
“I have to say I have never felt more safe on set because of the protocols. There has been such a process and so much energy and time and money into making sure we are safe.
“We are absolutely full-on addressing what is going on in the country and in the world right now. The pandemic, of course, and then all of the racial injustice and social unrest that’s going on.
“I’m really grateful that we are because I think it’s going to enlighten a lot of people and create a conversation.”
The Undoing Recap: Grace Under Fire — Plus, Grade the Premiere!
The Undoing's Nicole Kidman Addresses Big Little Lies Comparisons, Drops 'Tidbit' About Potential Season 3
Holy Moulin Rouge flashback!
Oscar winner Nicole Kidman‘s considerable, rarely-heard pipes are being put to use in HBO’s six-episode limited series The Undoing, which premiered Sunday (read recap).
The sometimes-chanteuse recorded a cover of “Dream a Little Dream of Me” for the thriller’s opening title sequence, which features a young version of Kidman’s Undoing character Grace playing with bubbles and picking flowers and just generally being all innocent and childlike (watch the opening above).
The 1931 standard was first recorded by Ozzie Nelson, but became popularized by The Mamas & The Papas in 1968 (with Cass Elliot on lead vocals).
Mainstream audiences were first treated to Kidman’s vocal chops in Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 jukebox musical Moulin Rouge. Since then she has only occasionally put her warbler hat on, most notably in the 2009 musical Nine and in Netflix’s upcoming film version of the Broadway musical The Prom (watch teaser).
Based on the Jean Hanff Korelitz novel You Should Have Known and adapted for TV by Kidman’s Big Little Lies scribe David E. Kelley, The Undoing follows a well-to-do Manhattan couple (Kidman and Hugh Grant) whose existence is turned upside down when something tragic and super-spoilery happens. Edgar Ramirez (The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story), Donald Sutherland (Trust) and Lily Rabe (American Horror Story) round out the cast.
Chloë Sevigny bared all earlier this year — while nine months pregnant, no less.
On Monday, Playgirl unveiled its relaunched print edition, with the Oscar-nominated actress, 45, and her baby bump gracing the magazine's cover. Sevigny shot the stunning 21-photo spread back in March with photographer Mario Sorrenti, just weeks before she welcomed son Vanja on May 2 with boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic.
In the cover story, with an interview conducted later in May after becoming a newly minted mother, Sevigny opens up about her path to motherhood.
"It was just something that was supposed to happen, and in my early 40s, when it hadn't, I was like, 'I have to sort of actively try and make this happen' … and then I struggled for a while," said the We Are Who We Are star.
Added Sevigny of how she finally became pregnant: "We had a night out dancing and drinking and went home … and then it just happened, and it stuck, which I had had trouble with in the past. And I was like, 'Wow, this one — he/she — wants to be here.' "
Elsewhere in the story, Sevigny explained how she'll manage a work-life balance as a parent, saying, "I'm going to have to work, but I think I'll just have to pick and choose what that is, and hopefully it won't be that far from home."
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Chloë Sevigny Says She 'Always Secretly Desired a Girl' Before Welcoming Son Vanja
News of Sevigny’s pregnancy first broke this past January, when her rep confirmed to PEOPLE that the actress was expecting her first child with Mackovic. The couple was spotted on a stroll in New York City, smiling with one another as Mackovic embraced her growing baby bump before they shared a kiss.
Mackovic, who is the director of Karma Art Gallery in New York City, has been in a relationship with Sevigny for more than a year.
In April, the American Horror Story alum said that she and Mackovic still hadn't decided on a name for their little one. "Our baby's due in eight days and we don't have a name yet," Sevigny said during a Q&A with Homme Girls. She also joked that her "idea of fun" at the moment would be "pushing this bebe out."
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In an interview for WSJ. Magazine's September issue, Sevigny shared how she's been adapting to parenthood, explaining how her pre-baby organization has gone out the window since bringing home her new addition.
"I'm usually really good at time management. I'm actually really proud of how I get everything done in a day. I keep lists, and I'm very organized," said Sevigny at the time. "Since I've had the baby, I'm just like, I don't know how anybody gets anything done. I have to cook for everyone, then clean, then feed him, then clean him."
"We're lucky we have my mother coming and helping us a few times a week for a few hours," she added. "We've been lucky that Sinisa's been home from work, and he helps all the time. He's on Zoom calls 24 hours a day, half of them holding the baby."
Two University of Notre Dame students were killed over the weekend after being struck by a vehicle just a mile away from their Indiana campus, according to officials.
In a press release, the university confirmed the fatal incident and identified the victims as Valeria Espinel and Olivia Lara Rojas, who were both 19-year-old first-year students.
A third student, who was a sophomore — identified by the St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office (SJCPO) as 19-year-old Eduardo Jose Elias Calderon — was also struck by the vehicle but is currently hospitalized, according to the university.
"On behalf of the entire Notre Dame community, I express our deepest condolences and pray that our students’ families and friends may find God’s grace and solace after so shattering a loss," University of Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins said in a statement. "We also pray for a full recovery of our student who remains hospitalized as a result of the accident."
According to a press release from the SJCPO, the incident unfolded on Saturday morning just after 4 a.m. local time. Authorities said a Toyota Sienna minivan was traveling southbound on Ironwood Road when it struck three individuals.
According to The South Bend Tribune, the road that the individuals were walking on does not have sidewalks and is near an apartment complex where many Notre Dame upperclassmen and graduate students live.
After hitting the trio, the minivan made a "sharp left," collided with a house on the 54000 block of Ironwood Road and came to a stop against the front of the residence, the SJCPO's press release stated.
The owner of the house told The Tribune that he was sleeping at the time of the crash but felt the car come through his bedroom wall.
"I heard the boom, felt the house shake and heard stuff fall off the wall," said the man, who did not want to disclose his identity, adding that he called 911 and then went outside to see what had occurred.
Meanwhile, as the victims were lying in the roadway, SJCPO authorities said a second vehicle, a Chevrolet Impala, was traveling southbound on Ironwood Road and ended up striking Espinel again.
Both female victims — Rojas of Bolivia and Espinel of Ecuador — were pronounced dead at the scene, while Calderon of the Dominican Republic was transported to Memorial Hospital in South Bend, where he remains in critical condition, according to police.
As for the drivers, the SJCPO said the Sienna was being operated by Justin Cavallo of South Bend. Cavallo, 25, suffered minor injuries but remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators.
He also had a passenger inside the vehicle, whom police identified as Rafik Tannir of South Bend. Tannir, 24, was uninjured in the incident.
The driver of the Impala, Darlene Holden of South Bend, also did not suffer any injuries. Holden, 54, also remained at the scene of the accident, according to police.
"The St. Joseph County Fatal Crash Team (FACT) was activated, per protocol, to handle the investigation," the SJCPO wrote. "This remains an active and ongoing investigation, and toxicology results are pending. We will release further information to the public as we are able to do so."
Added the St. Joseph's County Police Department in a Facebook post: "Sheriff and the entire County Police Department send their condolences to the entire University of Notre Dame family and the families of the students involved in this tragedy. We also thank and pray for our SJCPD officers and all the other first responders whom made the scene to help this morning."
In the wake of the tragedy, the University of Notre Dame announced they would be offering counseling and campus ministry support to students, as well as a campus-wide prayer service on Saturday evening.
"Please wear a mask and practice physical distancing as we come together in prayer. A procession to the Grotto will follow the prayer service," the university wrote in an Instagram post. "We also encourage students to utilize the @uccnd and @ndministry as resources during this very difficult time."
The CW has released two first-look images for the “Batwoman” suit redesign based around actress Javicia Leslie’s character, Ryan Wilder.
The outfit will be featured starting in Season 2, episode 3, and is the first original design for the new Batwoman, as Leslie takes over the mantle from Ruby Rose, who led the show during its first season. Leslie is the first Black woman to portray a live-action version of the superhero on TV or film.
“I love the fact that Ryan is becoming her own Batwoman — it’s her style, her swag, and her moment,” Leslie said in a statement. “I felt it was important that viewers could tell by the silhouette that Batwoman was a Black girl. With the form-fitting suit and beautiful Afro, we definitely nailed it!”
The new outfit was conceptualized by Maya Mani and created by Ocean Drive Leather, while Janice Workman crafted the wig and Cory Roberts styled the makeup. Mani said the design is meant to highlight Leslie’s physical athleticism and offer a fresh take for the new character.
The black and red outfit features various new differences, but most notably, a new wig. Gone is the straight red hair, as the new design swaps in curly hair with red streaks. Also new to the character are the red gauntlets and a new belt with the bat logo. The laser-etched suit has other differences as well, visible in the first looks offered by the CW.
The suit embodies Ryan’s shift from using the Batwoman persona for personal gain to discovering the importance of the superhero as a symbol to Gotham City, said executive producer Caroline Dries in a press release. As she’s not the same person as Kate Kane (Rose), the woman who donned the suit before her, changes must be made to reflect her own style.
“As Ryan embraces everything that makes her special, she adjusts the suit to fit her physically and figuratively,” said Dries. “This meant creating a new body design and new cowl that was undeniably a statement that screamed ‘powerful.’”
Take a look at the images of Leslie as Batwoman below.
10 Underrated True-Crime Podcasts That You’ve (Probably) Never Heard of
Editor’s note: This article discusses sensitive topics such as murder, suicide, and eating disorders. It may not be suitable for all readers.
As someone who’s interested in true crime, I spend a lot of time listening to podcasts. But as any true-crime fan knows, not all podcasts are created equal in terms of quality. I prioritize series with responsible storytelling (i.e., reporting the facts rather than sensationalizing the story and relying on gory details), ability to engage listeners, and sensitivity to serious topics. With these criteria in mind, here are 10 underrated podcasts to listen to after you’ve breezed through the big ones like Serial, Crime Junkie, or My Favorite Murder.
Arguably the most important election of our generation so far is upon us. As we continue to grapple with the global coronavirus pandemic and systemic racial injustice, among many other issues, Nov. 3 is a crucial date for us to fulfill our civic duty of voting.
A few weeks ago at the Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama gave her speech with a gold chain necklace that read, V-O-T-E in letter charms. Earlier this week, Dr. Jill Biden, after voting in the Delaware primary at the state capitol building, stepped out in a pair of fall boots with VOTE on them. These are just a few examples of voluminous voting merchandise available to shop and proudly wear prior to the 2020 election.
If you want to show your pride as a voter, spread awareness and encourage family, friends and your community to vote this year, consider this option: wearing statement-making vote clothing and accessories. Some of our favorite brands have teamed up with voting outreach organizations like When We All Vote, Rock the Vote, Headcount.org and I Am a Voter on special pieces.
Joe and Jill Biden leaving the state building in Wilmington, Delaware after voting in the Delaware primaries.
So for election 2020, cast your vote and wear it well by selecting items below. Be sure to check our 2020 voting guide on what you need to know about registering, important dates, mail-in ballots and more.
Shop ET Style’s best vote merch of the 2020 election ahead, from Michelle Obama’s vote necklace to Jill Biden’s VOTE boots to an embroidered vote shirt by Lingua Franca.
Michelle Obama recently rocked this Vote Necklace from jewelry brand ByChari during her speech at the virtual Democratic National Convention. The necklace, which quickly went viral, is available in 14k yellow, rose or white gold in three different chain lengths (16″, 18″ or 20″) and letter options (small, large or diamond).
After just voting in the Delaware’s primaries, Jill and Joe Biden walked out of their polling place and Jill Biden was seen wearing a pair of “Vote” boots. With a little research, we found out that this was not a custom pair of boots but Stuart Weitzman’s The 5050 Vote Boot.
Rebecca Minkoff partnered with Vote Run Lead to make this tee. For every Limited Edition T-shirt sold, Rebecca Minkoff will make a donation to Vote Run Lead, a non-profit organization that empowers and trains Women to run for office. Connect with Vote Run Lead @VoteRunLead, www.voterunlead.org
Celebrate your voting patriotism with these stud earrings. Crafted in 10K gold, these stud earrings features the letters of the word “VOTE” in a block font.
The Naturalizer Callie does it all! These boots keeps you secure with its lace up system, a full-length zipper for easy entrance and an elevated heel to make this the ultimate bad bootie for voting season (with the word VOTE on the toes).
HeadCount is a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy. Their goal is to reach young people and music fans where they already are — at concerts and online — to inform and empower. You can register to vote on Headcount here and check your voter registration here. One hundred percent of proceeds for the Vote Enamel Pin directly supports non-partisan voter registration activity.
This Guava Large Pouch with Social Issue Patches is part of the latest collection of limited-edition SCL TAKEOUT styles from Stoney Clover Lane. The Vote inspired grab & go collection features pre-made styles ready to ship within 72 hours.
This limited edition Staud Tommy Bag is available to get the word VOTE monogrammed on it.
This Vote Bracelet honors the fight for women’s suffrage with this trendy and powerful emblem of freedom.
Help slow the spread of COVID-19 and encourage voting by wearing this vote mask from Rock the Vote, the nonpartisan nonprofit that combines pop culture, music, art and technology to increase engagement of young people in politics.
This Etsy Your vote is your voice vinyl sticker says it all.
Urban Outfitters Community Cares Ballot Box tee kit in collaboration with I Am a Voter, was created to navigate the 2020 election and inspire everyone to get involved and encourage others to vote. This kit includes a cotton tee printed with this year’s election date and an oval template at the chest, signifying the perfect spot to place the included “I Voted” woven sticker. The tee is finished with a tyvek label at the hemline where voters can use the included marker to detail their voting experience. Every Ballot Box tee kit comes complete in a keepsake box and a sound module that emits a bald eagle call upon opening. Each purchase of a Ballot Box will directly impact organizations that encourage voter registration and voting efforts in communities.
100% of the proceeds for this Michael Kors Vote Cashmere Intarsia Sweater goes to the support of Michael Kors’ YOUR VOICE MATTERS campaign. Michael Kors will donate 100% of the profits from the sale of each sweater to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF), America’s premier legal organization fighting for racial justice.
Shop this classic tee, featuring the public awareness campaign’s slogan to encourage civic engagement. You can sign up on the I Am a Voter website to receive important updates about the upcoming election.
This VOTE face mask will remind everyone how important it is to get out there and vote. This stylish cloth face mask will serve as a reminder to all people you see and come in contact with to get out and use their right as an American to get out and vote.
This stylish woven bracelet, handmade in Kenya with glass beads and nylon cord, encourages voting wherever you are in the world. Ubuntu Life is a lifestyle brand that provides mothers of children with special needs with full-time employment in Kenya.
The limited-edition Tory Burch Vote T-Shirt was created to urge all Americans to participate in our democracy and vote in November. Help spread the #ownyourvote message — registering and voting has never been more important than it is now.100% of net proceeds will benefit I am a voter., a nonpartisan initiative that aims to increase voter participation nationwide.
Michael Stars The Gloria Steinem Tee In Vote is part of #TheTeeInVote collection supporting three incredible grassroots organizations (Black Voters Matter, Voto Latino and March On) to help register and get people to the polls. $50,000 in sales will donated to the aforementioned three voter organizations.
Clare V. has teamed up with When We All Vote, a non-profit organization that works to increase voter participation (co-chairs include Michelle Obama, Tom Hanks and Janelle Monae), on this canvas tote that says, “I Vote, You Vote, She Votes, We Vote, They Vote” in French. Ten percent of the purchase price will benefit When We All Vote.
Levi’s is teaming up with Rock the Vote to register as many voters as possible for the fall election. The Levi’s x Vote Hoodie Sweatshirt is part of this collaboration. Use your voice. Vote about it. Wear it proud. If you haven’t checked out the Levi’s voting PSA with Hailey Bieber and Oge Egbuonu it hits the nail right on the head.
Ten percent of all proceeds from this cute “Watch Out I Vote” necklace will be donated to I am a voter.
Brother Vellies has collaborated with When We All Vote and Keds on a lace-up sneaker that features a handwritten message from the fashion label’s creative director, Aurora James. One hundred percent of the purchase price will be donated to the organization. Pair with the coordinating Vote socks.
The set of 10 Anthropologie Voting Postcards serve as a thoughtful reminder to cast your ballot this voting season. Send these to your loved ones to remind them to vote on Nov. 3.
$5 from the purchase of every MOTHER x I AM A VOTER socks sold on motherdenim.com will go towards I am a voter until Dec. 31.
Phenomenal Woman and Jane Walker by Johnnie Walker partnered up to celebrate Equality Day (Aug. 26) — the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage — with this special-edition Votes for Women T-shirt. Purchase of this tee will support Monumental Women’s mission in increasing awareness of women’s history and their unveiling of the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument — the first statue of real women in Central Park, featuring Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth and Susan B. Anthony.
This supersoft Treasure & Bond Voter tie-dye crewneck sweatshirt will keep you cozy on your trip to the voting booth. When you buy this Treasure & Bond Voter sweatshirt Nordstrom will donate 2.5% of net sales to organizations that work to empower youth.
100% of the proceeds from this Quay x Lizzo Speak Out Face Mask will go to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund and Election Protection (a project of Lawyers’ Committee).
This Maison Irem Vote Mantra Bracelet is a friendship bracelet with a message: VOTE!
The ModCloth x I am a voter Tee reminds everyone you come in contact with friends don’t let friends not vote. That’s why Modcloth partnered with I am a voter., a nonpartisan movement that believes democracy works best when we all participate. 50% of the proceeds from this ModCloth-exclusive tee will be donated to I am a voter. to help promote voting and civic engagement.
Be proud to take action in this customized Levi’s hoodie. Watch the denim brand’s PSA directed by Oge Egbuonu and set to Jazmine Williams’ spoken word poem — featuring stars like Hailey Bieber, Jaden Smith and Miguel — on the importance of casting your vote.
Madewell will donate 100% of the purchase price of this graphic tee to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) through Nov. 3. Combined with donations from sales of the Vote collection, the brand is donating a minimum of $750,000 to the ACLU, which works to defend and preserve individual rights and liberties — including the right to vote.
Order this chic Lingua Franca cotton shirt, boasting hand embroideries of “Vote” and “2020.” It’s available in blush, white, black and navy.
Gap is proud to donate $25,000 each to When We all Vote and Rock the Vote, two nonpartisan non-profits dedicated to promoting voter registration during the election year.
This cute Etsy Vote T-Shirt reminds every person you see that you need to vote vote vote. This shirt is unisex and sized in men’s sizes. Women should order one size down.
Now is your chance to decorate your Crocs and show remind everyone to vote at the same time with this Crocs vote charm.
Election Day is Nov. 3, 2020 — head to headcount.org to register to vote and to get all the latest information.