"For decades, Black and Latina women have stylized fútbol, baseball, basketball, and hockey jerseys, turning our 'hoods into fashion and identity statements."
Jennifer Mota, Dominican American
"Society enjoys embracing what's cool as long as there's a proximity to whiteness. If the poster child isn't white or doesn't have proximity to whiteness, it's always going to be considered ratchet and lower class."
Maya Salinas, Mexican American
"They repackage our sauce, and then try to sell it to us."
Tony Vara, Salvadoran and Honduran American
"They just look like they’re trying to dress Brazilian."
Raquel Reichard, Puerto Rican
"I’ve intentionally been calling it ‘block-core,’ because it's a way that I feel many of us in Black and Latine neighborhoods rep our block and take pride in the neighborhoods that made us who we are."