Whether it’s due to the heated political climate, growing minority populations or increased overall “wokeness” in America, we’ve recently seen a spike in media looking to increase diversity in the arts, especially in movies, music and TV. But is it enough?
As the Backstreet Boys once famously (or never) said; No matter who you are, where you’re from, what you do, impact is around you.
You can strengthen our economy and provide well-paying jobs for members of your extended American family by adopting a simple approach when you go shopping.
A conscious consumer's New Year's Resolution guide to supporting independent artists and small businesses.
This holiday season give a gift that does good. Check out some of Lulu's favorite ethical and sustainable shops for everyone on your list.
Team Lulu participated in Activate Good's Day of Service, a forward-looking tribute to those impacted by 2001 attacks through kindness and community service.
Lulu and Larry's Coffee, two B Corp certified buddies, partnered to create a medium-dark roast coffee blend that benefits the Durham Literacy Center.
On a very windy, slightly rainy, but mostly sunny Friday in March, I joined a baker's dozen-strong group of adventurous Lulus who took advantage of their company volunteer hours to work on a Habitat for Humanity job site in Raleigh, NC. We painted walls, planted shrubs and trees, shingled a roof, put up wood framing, [I] accidentally ripped our [my] jeans, sowed grass seed, caulked bathrooms, and moved a whole... Continue Reading →
At Lulu, we believe everyone has a story to share. In the words of the great Backstreet Boys, it doesn't matter who you are, where you're from, what you did, as long as you Lulu. Or, something like that. Fellow Lulu employee, Carra, and I took this mantra to the LGBT Center of Raleigh for... Continue Reading →
Habitat is truly a great organization. They don’t just provide affordable housing to first-time homebuyers; they also prepare these homebuyers to be successful in their new homes and in life. However, I’ll admit, I have no experience in construction at all. I was pretty nervous that I would be doing something way outside of my... Continue Reading →