The Wear Justice Movement: An Autoethnographic Study

The Wear Justice Movement: An Autoethnographic Study
Research paper
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Wear Justice is a social movement that exists to rethink consumerism through community. At its beginning in 2018, Wear Justice drew over a thousand attendees at Point Loma Nazarene University and has continued growing and expanding. With education and activism at its core, Wear Justice aims to start critical conversations amongst students about solutions to inequality in the fashion industry through hands-on community-based events. This autoethnographic study will look at the elements that have made Wear Justice successful, including recruitment, mobilization and campus and community engagement with an emphasis on how to make the fashion justice movement intersectional and inclusive throughout.

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WHDL-00018758
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