Kimberly McGlonn is hitting lots of our metric with Grant Blvd. She’s manufacturing fashionable clothing from all reclaimed fabrics, hiring returning citizens from prison, and supporting Books Through Bars, which gives free books to incarcerated people across the country. She uses some of her fashions to raise the issue of the high incarceration rate in the US., such as her t-shirt that reads: End Cash Bail. This PhD in English knows how to use her words.
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