Loudmouth cuts through the clichés and assumptions surrounding the track-suit-wearing crusader to investigate the roots of his political engagement and his transformation into a media-savvy activist.
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Born and bred in Atlanta, Justin Osborne had an immediate gift of fashion. After years of tinkering in her parents’ duds, he acquired an eye for style.
Responds to SCOTUS Decision
Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which will disproportionately impact Native and BIPOC communities. The right for women to make decisions over their bodies and for their wellbeing has just been taken away.
NFT-VIP is hosting its inaugural conference in the tech space to network their businesses, advance knowledge and engage intimately. 360 MAGAZINE serves as the official media sponsor of the episode.
AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT
35 YEARS SINCE ITS FIRST PANELS WERE STITCHED, THE AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT REMAINS A POWERFUL TEACHING TOOL FOR HEALTH ACTION, REMEMBRANCE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE.
MARVEL × ASIAN PACIFIC/AMERICAN
Shang-Chi, Kamala Khan, Wong, Mantis, and Jimmy Woo headline MARVEL’S VOICES: IDENTITY #1 2022. The second Marvel’s Voices anthology honoring Asian Pacific American Heritage Month will showcase brand new stories crafted by both emerging and established Asian and AAPI talent. Arriving on May 25, MARVEL’S VOICES: IDENTITY #1 2022 will feature four action-packed and heartfelt […]
HBCU Cultural Heritage Stewardship
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been an integral part of our educational system in the United States. Originally being founded in the 1830s, HBCUs cultivate an environment that was long sought after to ensure educational equality. This nations HBCUs are full of the rich history of African American activism, and their campuses also […]
NGLCC TAPS POP CULTURE PUBLICATION
‘The NGLCC has long been a global network for the LGBT business community, creating opportunities for hard-to-hear voices. While 360 MAGAZINE, an award-winning international publication, has created a refuge for youth stories and under-represented artists to celebrate their uniqueness while promoting their efforts. It was therefore inevitable that the two entities would join forces to […]
CHARLOTTESVILLE REMOVES STATUES
THREE YEARS AFTER UNITE By: Clara Guthrie On Saturday, the university town of Charlottesville, Virginia removed four controversial statues from its public grounds: two of Confederate generals and two that depicted Native Americans in a distinctly disparaging way. The first bronze statue to be lifted from its stone pedestal was that of Robert E. Lee, […]
California bans travel to five new states over anti-LGBTQ laws
California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced on Monday that five more states would join California’s state-funded travel restriction list. This is in response to those states having passed discriminatory anti-transgender laws restricting or prohibiting the participation of transgender women and girls in sports consistent with their gender identity. Arkansas, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, and West […]