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Moms Fight Underrepresentation In Kids' School Supplies

CLIP09/06/21
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Cara Graves and her sister Jenae Johnson-Carr are entrepreneurs from the Midwest and founders of EPIC EVERYDAY, a lifestyle brand that celebrates inclusion and diversity for under-represented youth. The two moms realized when buying home-goods, apparel, and school supplies for their kids that there is not enough positive representation for children of color in stores. So the pair decided to take matters into their own hands and created the new brand EPIC EVERYDAY. They have been recognized by Amazon as a part of a program highlighting Black-owned businesses, and are working to provide an HBCU grant to further support learning and entrepreneurship for future change makers in their community.

Appearing:Kelly Clarkson
Tags: Kelly Clarkson, moms
S2 E03 minTV-PGHighlightTalk and InterviewDaytime
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