Press

The following are publications that have covered AHUS and its events.

 
 
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Danielle, Maria, Ashley, Michelle

 
 
 
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Busy and Tareq

 
 
 
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MADE IN AMERICA: AHUS
(4-27-18)

"You’ve been warned," says Emily Freedman of Us of America Journal. "With collections such as “White Lies Matter” and “US of Hate,” and a “Dick-Tators” t-shirt emblazoned with the text: "Donald & Aldof & Joseph & Talat & Mao", lifestyle brand America Hates US , is clearly not afraid of ruffling a few feathers." 

to close out the month of april, we did an interview with online journal, us of america mag. we discussed what our biggest challenges have been, who we go to when we need advice and even the motto we live by. this was truly a great write-up to be a part of. 

Us of America seeks to cover a wide range of topics that speaks to a global audience. Mixing humor with pathos, new and old, Us of America champions the diversity and complexity of America - its history and its people.

AN EXTRAORDINARY Q&A
(4-17-18)

WE CHOPPED IT UP With THE EXTRAORDINARY NEGROES AND DISCUSSED EVERYTHING FROM HOW AHUS GOT STARTED, WHAT INSPIRES US AND WHERE WE SEE THE BRAND IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS. THE INTERVIEW: HTTP://WWW.THEEXTRAORDINARYNEGROES.COM/THEBLOG WAS NOTHING SHORT OF EXTRAORDINARY!

 

AHUS FEATURED in ADJUST yo crown's special spotlight
(4-10-18)

This month, we spoke with Tristen johnson, writer/editor of adjust yo crown, about black entrepreneurship, Black Businesses and black activism. all black everything! 

we were featured in the "special spotlight" section, which IS DEDICATED TO YOUNG, BLACK INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE WORKING IN PROFESSIONAL CAREERS, LIVING OUT THEIR DREAMS, OR MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT in the world. 

Adjust Yo’ Crown is a space created for others to be real and open about various aspects of life and what is happening in the world. it is also a space where blackness is celebrated and unfiltered.

QUEEN SESSIONS REMINDS US ALL THAT IT'S TIME TO BELIEVE WOMEN (2-26-18)

LAST WEEK, WE WERE FORTUNATE TO SIT WITH AUTUMN MYERS, EIC OF THE QUEEN SESSIONS, TO DISCUSS AHUS AND THE "BELIEVE WOMEN" DESIGN: THEQUEENSESSIONS.COM/2018/02/26/ITS-TIME-TO-BELEIVE-WOMEN/.

WE TALKED ABOUT THE BIRTH OF AHUS, THE IMPORTANCE OF BRINGING UNCOMFORTABLE ISSUES TO LIGHT AND OUR UPCOMING “WRINKLE IN TIME” FIELD TRIP IN BROOKLYN. 

Moneyish magazine
(1-8-18)

Moneyish magazine covered us this month and spoke to our co-founder about the brand and the story behind our "Believe Women" design. https://moneyish.com/splurge/why-celebs-like-masters-of-none-actress-lena-waithe-are-rocking-america-hates-us-tees/

women's wear daily
(12-27-17)

Women's Wear Daily (@wwd) discusses our “Believe Women” tee & the America Hates US brand. http://wwd.com/eye/lifestyle/america-hates-us-believe-women-shirts-to-help-victims-share-their-stories-of-abuse-11082405/. Written by Rosemary feitelberg.

Bustle Magazine
(12-3- 17)

We made a list! Our Believe Women tee was included in Bustle Magazine's "19 Practical Holiday 2017 Gift Ideas For College Students That Are Also Fun As Heck." Thanks to Katie Mitchell at Bustle (@BlkKatie) for highlighting us.

newsone (8-15-17)

america hates US is unapologetic, uplifting and unifying folks in brooklyn
written by clarissa hamlin (hamlinclarissa@gmail.com)

Socially conscious, community focused and unapologetically real are just a few adjectives that describe the creative team behind America Hates Us, a Brooklyn-based contemporary lifestyle brand marrying activism and fashion.

 
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TImeout new york
(7-31-17)

the second pop-up raised money for gems. gems is the only organization in New York State specifically designed to serve girls and young women who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking. 

 
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bushwick daily (5-5-17)

The first pop-up raised over $300 for the aclu, planned parenthood and filter water for flint. the event was open to the public and food and entertainment were provided. special shoutout to local eateries, (Barboncino, branded saloon, Cafe forte, catfish, colala, Rosco's, tom's diner) which offered dishes and gift cards.