Hired by the city of Portland, Oregon, to supervise the local cannabis industry, Dasheeda Dawson is working to reverse regulation that’s hurt Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities.
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Alita Kelly opened the South East Market during the pandemic to provide her community with healthy food choices.
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Tattoo artist, Amy Black, from Richmond, Virginia, is empowering breast cancer patients through mastectomy tattooing (including decorative designs on the breasts and 3-D nipple or areola work, to create a realistic image of those body parts). After a session with Black, clients have told her they can move forward.