Cameron Russell

Model, writer, organizer. Interests: fashion, creative activism, climate justice

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Cameron Russell

476 days ago

10 countries account for approximately 75% of the COVID-19 vaccines administered worldwide.

Vaccine apartheid

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479 days ago

Landless Acknowledgement

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481 days ago

When Gays Wanted to Liberate Children

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485 days ago

The Dolly Moment

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491 days ago

When World of Warcraft Is an Escape—and a Memorial

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514 days ago

Fashion has a misinformation problem. That’s bad for the environment.

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523 days ago

Beauty Is a Method

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546 days ago

The Serviceberry

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551 days ago

Abolition Is Not a One Time Event: Prison Doulas as Catalysts

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569 days ago

Here's the real danger with the “to hell with Trump voters” argument

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592 days ago

Why Birds Do What They Do

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592 days ago

Why I Paid Tenfold to Buy Back the Rights for Two of My Books

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604 days ago

The Inuit Woman Who Survived the Arctic Alone

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639 days ago

Are You Aging Correctly?

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663 days ago

On Witness and Respair: A Personal Tragedy Followed by Pandemic

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701 days ago

The Police Tried to Make Me Medically Examine a Man Against His Will

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706 days ago

The Authoritarian Operation in Portland Is Only a Dress Rehearsal

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901 days ago

Hopepunk and Solarpunk: On Climate Narratives That Go Beyond the Apocalypse

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910 days ago

The Only Thing I Envy Men

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928 days ago

Models should have “more agency in terms of authorship of the work itself,” said Rebecca Zorach, a professor of art history at Northwestern University.

When an Erotic Photographer’s Muse Becomes His Critic

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942 days ago

Talking to my mother about Hong Kong

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1132 days ago

Bullet Time

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1204 days ago

The future of fashion = culture not consumerism

"We are 80% storytelling and 20% product,"

Kerby Jean-Raymond is disrupting ideas about American fashion in unprecedented ways

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1253 days ago

Stories the Fashion Media Won’t Tell

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1359 days ago

The Automation Charade

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1364 days ago

Common Cyborg

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1434 days ago

What the world will become already exists in fragments and pieces, in experiments and possibilities.

Not this. More that!

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1539 days ago

The Silence: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma

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1626 days ago

Others undergoing experiences similar to mine need assurance that protecting themselves and demanding fairness will be supported, regardless of who the perpetrator is, or how his work is perceived. They need to know that strengthening society’s capacity for fair, thoughtful treatment of everyone is also a valuable contribution, and not a threat.

Sexual abuse: It’s you, him, and his work

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1701 days ago

According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, more than two and a half million Americans have an opioid-use disorder. Frances continued, “If the Sacklers wanted to clear their name, they could take a very substantial fraction of that fortune and create a mechanism for providing free treatment for everyone who’s become addicted.”

The Family That Built an Empire of Pain

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1744 days ago

The scope of Trump’s commitment to whiteness is matched only by the depth of popular disbelief in the power of whiteness. We are now being told that support for Trump’s “Muslim ban,” his scapegoating of immigrants, his defenses of police brutality are somehow the natural outgrowth of the cultural and economic gap

The First White President

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1744 days ago

In its early evolutionary history, the octopus gave up its protective, molluscan shell in order to embrace a life of unboundaried potential. But the cost was an increased vulnerability to toothy and bony predators. An animal with a soft body and no shell cannot expect to live long, and so harmful mutations that take effect only once it has been alive for a couple of years will soon spread through the population. The result is a life that is experientially rich but conspicuously brief.

The Sucker, the Sucker!

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1762 days ago

Teaching White Students Showed Me The Difference Between Power and Privilege

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1787 days ago

😭 proudest moment of 2017

At a Climate Justice Fashion Show, the Kids Prove They're Gonna Be All Right 

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1816 days ago

“The coal mines are multimillion-dollar projects,” he told me. “Stopping them can be a nasty thing.”

The Future of Coal Country

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1824 days ago

“The House on Coco Road” Reveals the Grenada That Reagan Never Knew

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1827 days ago

Roy has imagined an inverse of the Garden of Eden—a paradise whose defining feature, rather than innocence, is experience and endurance.

Arundhati Roy’s Fascinating Mess

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1830 days ago

The Atlanta musician talks exclusively to GQ about why he whipped off his hoodie mid-runway to protest the fashion brand that had paid him to walk.

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1867 days ago

A Letter to My Mother That She Will Never Read

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1957 days ago

Good advice for all ppl doing transgressive work I think ^^

Black people who do transgressive or radical work must redefine and reimagine what winning is in a white supremacist capitalist culture.

What Beyoncé Won Was Bigger Than a Grammy

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1973 days ago

We must contend for dream space. We must usher in a cultural renaissance, that will in turn accelerate the economic and political renaissance that we are so desperately in need of.

Contending for Dreamspace

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1992 days ago

Alaskan Village, Citing Climate Change, Seeks Disaster Relief In Order To Relocate

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2001 days ago

it would be foolish to ignore the role that the highly ideological and destructive GOP agenda would likely play in his presidency. Having won no mandate yet finding themselves in control of all three branches of the U.S. government, the current brand of hardball, play-for-keeps Republicans are sure to use misleading language, obscure legislative tactics, and zealous partisanship to push through a neoliberal economic and social fundamentalist agenda that will seek to use taxpayer funds to further subsidize wealthy corporations and individuals, strip Americans of their public assets, and sideline groups -- such as women, people of color, members of LGBTQ communities, and Muslims -- that they consider threatening to the social order they seek to reestablish.

America's Zero Moment

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2004 days ago

More than one-third of schoolchildren are homeless in shadow of Silicon Valley

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2004 days ago

In 1996, Trump had crashed a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a charity opening a nursery school for children with AIDS. Trump, who had never donated to the charity, stole a seat onstage that had been saved for a big contributor.

He sat there through the whole ceremony, singing along with the choir of children as cameras snapped, and then left without giving a dime.

David Fahrenthold tells the behind-the-scenes story of his year covering Trump

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2005 days ago

Princess Leia’s Iconic Buns Were Inspired By These Revolutionary-Era Mexican Women

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2008 days ago

There’s A Treatment For Heroin Addiction That Actually Works. Why Aren’t We Using It?

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2008 days ago

“That those were wrongs to the black community as a whole, and black families specifically, and that in order to close that gap, a society has a moral obligation to make a large, aggressive investment, even if it’s not in the form of individual reparations checks but in the form of a Marshall Plan.”

My President Was Black

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2010 days ago

When it comes to the integrity of the voting district boundaries no country has ever received as low a score as the 7/100 North Carolina received. North Carolina is not only the worst state in the USA for unfair districting but the worst entity in the world ever analyzed by the Electoral Integrity Project.

North Carolina is no longer classified as a democracy

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2019 days ago

These proposals are not merely designed to negate the will of the voters in this election. They are also intended to maintain Republican-sponsored voter suppression

North Carolina Republicans’ Legislative Coup Is an Attack on Democracy

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