Results tagged “Giuliana Mayo”

Sex Workers Are Reshaping Their Industry For A Post-Pandemic World

With a little help from the internet, they've cut out the middlemen, supported each other and found ways to give back.

Racism 101: Enough With The 'Angry Black Woman' Stereotypes. Let's Talk About Tone Policing

Largely seen as a way to put aggrieved people back in their place, the harm tone policing does by dismissing real grievances that aren't delivered in the "right" way is real. Racism 101 participants Donna and Carene talk to each other about what tone policing means to them, where they see it occur in their lives and how it affects them.

A Food-Centric Valentine's Day Gift Guide For The Pandemic Era

How do you celebrate love in lockdown? We rounded up some of L.A.'s tastiest treats. Cupid, meet COVID-19.

Racism 101 Asked And Answered: Mugs, Cocktails And Statues -- Is Tiki A Form Of Cultural Appropriation?

We solicited your awkward, silly and tough-to-ask questions about race as part of Racism 101. Now we're sharing the answers from our project panelists. This time, we're talking tiki. In terms of appropriation, is it a problem?

LAist's 2020 Gift Guide: The 60 Best Places To Shop Local This Holiday Season

Because it's more important than ever to shop small.

The Pandemic Pivot: How Small Businesses Are Staying Afloat

L.A.'s small businesses are coming up with creative ways to navigate the coronavirus economy; some are even flourishing.

LAist's Guide To The Most Fashionable Face Masks in LA

Buy local. Stay safe. It's a win-win for all.

For Local Bookstores, The Next Chapter In The Pandemic Is Survival

Vroman's, Eso Won, The Book Rack, Skylight. They all have the same message: If you value your local bookstore, shop at it.

Pandemic Portraits: A Celebrity Photographer Documents Masked Angelenos

Dozens of Angelenos showed up to a Los Feliz driveway to have their masked portrait taken in a DIY pandemic photoshoot.

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