Episode 11: “Fashion & Sustainability in the Time of COVID-19” with Emerson Johnston

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Emerson Johnston joins Max & Bryan to discuss sustainability in the fashion industry. They explore changing views toward sustainability and an opportunity to change the fashion industry created by COVID-19. Emerson also joins Ariana for a new installment of “Class Struggle.”

Make sure to check out Emerson’s piece for yourself at nupoliticalreview.com.

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