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Browsing: In The Magazine
Ada-Renee Johnson is on a mission to diversify the tech industry. She’s on a mission to help young women of color realize they’re needed in that space.
Through various programs and a deep love of the city, Austin’s economic development department is protecting the diverse businesses keeping the city’s culture alive.
With grains stone milled from Barton Springs Mill, Abby Jane Love reimagines “heritage” with her whole wheat cranberry and pistachio scone.
Through their lifelong dedication to hip hop, Riders Against the Storm shake the foundations to keep the genre alive in Austin.
Nan Blassingame uses fashion to educate people about Native American culture. Through her work she shines a light on Texas’ indigenous culture.
In 2020, women of color showed the power of their voices in high-ranking government positions, especially in at the national level.
With recipes she learned from her grandmother in Grenada, Naijean Bernard has used her businesses, Jeany’s Ginger Elixir, to unite her community.
Raeka Panda shares the recipe for radiant skin passed down in her culture. The secret, of course, is the eternal scence of Ayurveda