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Two Charlottesville Streetwear Brands Are Giving Back to the Community

In the wake of last weekend’s horrific events in Charlottesville, Virginia — two Charlottesville-based streetwear companies are fighting back to further dispel the hate and bigotry that was demonstrated which led to a death of a counter protestor and injured 19 others. Robert X Gray, educator and CEO of Dreamin Diamonds, a Charlottesville-based socially conscious […]
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