If you prove yourself here, you’re New York made.” Not all of the details about the ads have been released yet, but it’s safe to sayit’s at least partlya celebration of how NYC has shaped the lives of these familiar faces not to mention how the city has the unique ability to conjure resilience and success, which is something we can all relate to (whether you call NYC home or not).We couldn’t be more psyched about the inclusion of Serena Williams, a longtime Nike favorite, since she’s one of the most decorated tennis players of all time. Plus, she does an amazing job of never listening to her haters and proving them wrong on the reg.As for Bella, she recently said in a press release that she is “so excited to be part of the Nike family. It has been a dream of mine since I was little.
Reporter: The ad features that battered waitress now on crutches being urged to identify a suspect out of a lineup of black men. You better not snitch on a player. This ad is destructive because it further pushes forward the stereotype of black men as being violent criminals.
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Simon Pan, founder and CEO of web platform Best Food in China said it is important to ask some key questions. You have an unparalleled edge against your competitors? Would you be comfortable and confident enough in your products or services to maintain the excellence at an affordable price and not be swamped by quick learning local competitors? he said. Domestic Chinese market is vast, and competition is stronger here than almost anywhere else in the world.
I recently published a Hub on a very effective homemade laundry detergent which cleans my clothes, leaving them smelling wonderful and stain free. I actually am going to add to that Hub stating that stains do get removed; my granddaughter got ink on her white dress and it wasn’t removed with my commercial laundry detergent, but one washing in the homemade laundry detergent removed the stain. I could go on and on about how dazzling my whites are now and how wholesome the smell is.
Many of those resources find their way into the goods, gadgets and machines that we find indispensable in our everyday lives. But do we really need so much stuff, or are we simply addicted to the new? There’s no doubt that our consumption of resources from food to gadgets has risen dramatically over the past 60 years, and much of the world seems to be in the grip of a shopping epidemic. But is there a conscious effort driving it?.