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Uber has taken a multi-pronged approach to protesting de Blasio’s plan: It has added a “de Blasio” option in its app for New York City riders with information about the potential consequences of limiting driver supply. it’s home.D. home of Turtle Mountain’s tribal offices Pop 2100On a recent afternoon mannequins stood in front of the shop in a 1970s shopping center wearing graphic tees Inside her two employees gathered outfits for the fashion show — part of Turtle Mountain Days a weeklong festival with a teen dance a parade a powwow Tyra Jerome 18 who starts college this fall was in charge of wrangling the models Dillan Martin 16 an aspiring filmmaker photographed them in their looks beside birch treesBoth carried clipboards"We want to have opportunities for our youth" Metcalfe said Jobs for teens in the area are limited she noted: the gas station or the grocery storeA first for native fashionPaint peels from an abandoned farmhouse in Gardena a city with gravel roads southwest of the reservation Rust spreads across the swing set in the park But in the town’s center where the general store once stood a community garden growsMetcalfe and her mother filled the store’s old foundation with black dirt hauled from another lot They planted raspberry bushes Tomatoes peppers cilantroIn 2012 Metcalfe left her job as a visiting professor at Arizona State University to live here steps from her mother aunt and grandmother — the three women who raised her She built her online shop from the office of her one-story house But first she had to persuade city officials to put up street signs"I’m going to be doing some shipping and receiving" she remembered telling them "so we’re going to need street signs It was a big to-do"Growing up in nearby Dunseith Metcalfe learned from her grandmother — a "stabilizing force" in her life — the value of dressing well despite being poor "of always making sure your clothes were ironed" Her grandmother Mae loved when little Jessica wore skirts and dresses She urged her granddaughter to grow her hair Metcalfe said touching her long jet-black maneBut it was also a time of racial tension Metcalfe added So as a teenager she didn’t wear clothes or jewelry that would emphasize her Ojibwe heritage"You learn to downplay your Indian-ness" she said "If you’re going to wear these big clearly Native American earrings people are going to treat you a little differently"While researching the history of Native high fashion Metcalfe started sporting Native necklaces and earrings daily Her collection hangs from stands in her bedroom and fills boxes on her dresser: long black earrings made of jet Colorful hoops wrapped in porcupine quills that were plucked and cleaned by hand Rawhide earrings with intricate designs"These are hand-painted" Metcalfe said turning the thin tough earring in the light "She uses the world’s tiniest paintbrush"Beyond Buckskin started as a place for Metcalfe to tell such stories Working on her doctorate at the University of Arizona Metcalfe interviewed Native designers who "were sharing their personal stories handing over their pictures" she said It didn’t seem right that just a few academics would ever see them So in 2009 she launched the blogOn it Metcalfe called out Etsy for allowing makers who clone Native American patterns She blasted Urban Outfitters for labeling its items "Navajo" She warned festival goers to refrain from wearing feather headdresses Buy authentic pieces Metcalfe urged her readers"But at the time there wasn’t a place to easily access Native-made fashion items" Metcalfe said "So I decided to make that space"Traditions and symbolismIn the dressing room before the fashion show began a dozen teenage girls pulled on ribbon skirts in colorful prints sewn by a local elder They helped one another tie chokers made with bone beads by an Ojibwe artist They applied more eye shadow"I like how these clothes embrace the Native American-ness" said Syann Golus 19 her hair in long tight braids Clothes from big brands have feathers "but I don’t think they’re coming from a Native American so it’s not the same thing"They don’t know what it means what it symbolizes"The bottom of a ribbon skirt Metcalfe explained touches the ground helping the woman wearing it connect with the Earth’s medicine Margaret Kakenowash Azure 62 has long sewn the skirts for relatives to be worn on special occasions: powwows sun dances sweat lodges But for Beyond Buckskin Azure stitches more casual versions mixing colors and textures in the rows of ribbons They sell for $250"I never thought I’d see them on young people" said Azure who goes by Judy "It just makes me proud"Metcalfe started the shop with purses jewelry and clothing from 11 artists setting up a drop-ship system that required no inventory Customers placed orders on the site and Metcalfe simply passed them along Profit went back into the business into the designers She gave artists little loans paid back with new works Two hundred dollars to buy a deerhide $500 to create a new collection for a fashion show "To break into the fashion industry "you have to have a lot of money and a lot of connections" Metcalfe told a crowd in June "And we have neither So instead we work together"By working together we can share costs and we can cause a bigger ruckus"Today Metcalfe partners with 40 artists from across the country and Canada They include Azure’s 12-year-old granddaughter Amari In a kitchen full of fabrics beads and rickrack Azure has taught her grandchildren the traditions of her elders: "They start beading when they’re old enough to hold a needle"Amari started at age 5 Her upcoming collection is inspired by North Dakota’s wildflowersNo place like homeTalking about the Turtle Mountain region Metcalfe’s eyes crinkle her laughter cascading like a woodwind"The smell in the summertime it’s sweet" she says "The blades of grass are a bit translucent so they glow whenever the sun hits in a certain way" She has tried to capture in her paintings the vibrant yellow of the fields the neon pink of the blossoming trees"Flakes of pink leathery birch" one of her poems begins "twirl in soft gusts"Metcalfe has long used art to process her world this place Since her grandmother’s death in May she’s spent time most evenings beading With a needle she picks up four or five delicate beads stringing them through circling the center to create a turtle Those circles steadied her three years ago too following a miscarriage"Circles and circles and circles I don’t even know how many turtles I made" Metcalfe said rubbing one of the turtle-shaped medallions in her palm "I love the idea of taking something sad and processing that energy and turning it into something beautiful"Later she added: "I think that’s why I work so well with artists because I know how personal art is"Backstage at the fashion show Metcalfe squinted out at the crowd that had gathered in the tribal college’s auditorium Her sister was out there somewhere but it was hard to spot her Fathers sat ready their cellphones cocked In the front row young girls crossed their legs leaning forward like celebrities at New York Fashion Week As the music began the models lined upEach of the teenagers before going onstage got a moment with Metcalfe She adjusted their skirts smoothed their hair She told them they were beautiful Then she gently pushed them forwardOne by one they strode into the bright lightsStory by Jenna Ross / Star Tribune (Minneapolis)It has been reported that half the of the girls abducted from their school in Yobe State have been ferried across the border into Niger Republic The girls were abducted from Government Girls Technical College Dapchi by suspected Boko Haram terrorists early last week Daily Trust yesterday quoted a credible source as saying that the girls were split into two groups It reports that one group was left in an enclave in northern Borno State while the other was taken to a village in Niger Republic It also reports that the school girls were abducted by the Musab Albarnawi faction of the Boko Haram which is loyal to the Islamic State of West Africa The group had lost grounds along the shores of the Lake Chad The source said “The girls were ferried across a shallow river and are held in the border town of Duro in Niger Republic “The second batch has been moved to Tumbun Gini area of Abadam LGA of Borno” Abadam with headquarters at Malam Fatori is three kilometres from Bosso Niger Republic Actress Emma Watson sat down with the youngest ever Nobel Prize winner in an interview posted online Wednesday The Facebook video shows the Harry Potter actress interviewing 18-year-old Malala Yousafzai about her life and advocacy Yousafzai is the subject of the documentary He Named Me Malala which looks at the events leading up to a Taliban attack on the Pakistani schoolgirl and Yousafzai’s subsequent advocacy in the aftermath Watson says that the most profound moment was when Yousafzai identified herself as a feminist saying that she was surprised to hear the Yousafzai use the hot-button word “I think this gesture is so emblematic of what Malala and I went on to discuss I’ve spoken before on what a controversial word feminism is currently” Watson wrote on Facebook “I want to make it a welcoming and inclusive movement Let’s join our hands and move together so we can make real change Malala and I are pretty serious about it but we need you” Watch the video of Watson interviewing Yousafzai below Contact us at editors@timecomAfter Facebook revealed that it secretly toyed with some users’ emotions for a science experiment Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has offered something of an apology “This was part of ongoing research companies do to test different products and that was what it was; it was poorly communicated” Sandberg said during a meeting with potential advertisers in India according to the Wall Street Journal “And for that communication we apologize We never meant to upset you” Note that Sandberg did not say sorry for the study itself which involved seeing if users became unhappier when they saw a greater proportion of negative posts or happier when they saw more positive posts (They did in both cases) Sandberg didn’t say how Facebook would better do a better job of “communicating” in the future or what that would look like (Maybe the solution is not to communicate) Basically what we have here is a variant on the classic corporate non-apology: Sorry if we upset you Note that the study–regardless of the communication around it–was designed to upset people or at least see if it was possible to do so And as Sandberg notes Facebook does this type of research all the time What the study brings to light is the idea that Facebook has immense power to model peoples’ emotions through algorithms It’s a frightening notion and one that not easily dismissed with a halfhearted apology Sandberg’s apology comes a few days after a Facebook researcher involved in the study also offered an apology [WSJ] Contact us at editors@timecomcelebrate it. 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