SOMA Magazine - February/March 2017

Street Pulse

Jena Cumbo 2017-02-21 00:23:28

Dea Julien, actress/musician @deakatarina What adjective describes your personal style? Did you attend any of the inauguration events or marches? If you had to choose one political issue, which one is the most important to you? Dani Morales, stylist @danimoralesstyle Casual sexy 2. NYC Women’s March 3. Gun control Dea Julien, actress/musician @deakatarina Eclectic 2. NYC Women’s March 3. Education for women Sophia Harvey, filmmaker @sophiagharvey Timeless 2. DC Women’s March 3. Education reform, which she believes is the root of all other issues Emily Griffin, illustrator @daybrighten Soft 2. NYC Women’s March 3. Empowerment for individuals in marginalized demographics Remy Holwick, model/photographer @remyholwick Minimal eclectic 2. Spoke at LA Women’s March 3. Intersectional justice as the foundation of government Emelia Benoit-Lavelle, actor/filmmaker @emmmeelia Horny gardner 2. NYC Women’s March 3. Muslim rights Shea Daspin, stylist @sheadaspin Horny gardner 2. NYC Women’s March 3. Muslim rights

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