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What Human-Rights Activist and Editor Amy Sall Is Listening to—and Shopping

Amy Sall, editor of SUNU

Amy Sall, activist and founding editor of SUNU: Journal of African Affairs, Critical Thought + Aesthetics, spends her busy days writing cultural essays, exploring women’s issues, and managing her worldly and stylish Instagram account. A first-generation American of Senegalese descent and a recent graduate of Columbia University’s graduate program in Human Rights Studies, she is positioned at the intersection of art, culture and politics to be a voice and a sophisticated eye on this era of globalization.

We spoke with Sall, one of the faces of our Anniversary Sale, about her daily routine (which is anything but), the music she listens to, what keeps her grounded—and her footwear.

WHAT AMY SALL IS SHOPPING: READ ON

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