Celebrating International Women's Day
At Democracy Clothing, we’re inspired to join others worldwide on this International Women’s Day in celebrating the individuality of women, our unique achievements, and our collective quest for equality.
When we think about women bringing their talent and perspective to make an impact, we appreciate our own incredible design team members. They come from diverse backgrounds to carefully create our clothing, built on the principle of Curve Equality, so that women of all shapes and sizes can look good and feel good while doing good in our world.
In addition to highlighting our incredible design team, we also wanted to introduce you to some of the change-making women who wear the clothing our design team creates. This special International Women’s Day curation features some of these women, all helping to #breakthebias and work toward a more inclusive world in their own unique ways.
Natalie McDonald-Perkins, poet, educator and children’s book author of “Best in Me” and a new book “Proud to Be,” which empower children to celebrate their diversity. Read about her Jean Journey here.
Elsie Escobar and Jessica Kupferman, co-founders of She Podcasts, which supports and amplifies the voices of women in the historically male-dominated world of podcasting. Read about She Podcasts and our support of them here.
Bari Tessler, financial therapist and award-winning author, whose global community and year-long school “Art of Money” empowers women to develop a healthy relationship with money. Read about her Jean Journey here.
We hope the essence of International Women’s Day, the mission of our design team and the contributions of the women featured in these blog posts provide some additional inspiration to you today to bring your unique purpose to the world. Have a story to share with us about how you’re doing just that? We would love to hear and possibly feature you in an upcoming post. Share on social media with the hashtag #democracyinaction.
#internationalwomensday #breakthebias #curveequality