‘It Only Matters If I’m with You’

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are celebrating 24 years of marriage — and how they’ve flown right by.

McGraw, 53, kicked off the couple’s anniversary morning by sharing a video tribute to his wife on Instagram Tuesday. The clip, featuring a montage of past and present photos of the pair, was accompanied by a heartfelt caption.

“24 yrs……. These years have rushed by in a series of beautiful, painful and unexpected moments,” McGraw began, reflecting on their journey together. “We have loved, laughed and cried through exciting, inspiring and heartbreaking events in our lives together.”

“U have been a role model for 3 remarkable young women who have made me a better man than I ever thought I could be. The future will surely hold more of all of these things,” he wrote. “It only matters if I’m with

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Ashley Callingbull, Badass First Nations Model, on Why Representation Still Matters

The quarantine hasn’t slowed Ashley Callingbull’s career. The Indigenous model, pageant queen, and motivational speaker from Enoch Cree Nation in Alberta made waves this year with her biggest campaign yet: she’s the face of Nike’s N7 Collection. 

Ashley’s role at the forefront of the N7 campaign, as well as her 2015 Mrs. Universe win, acting roles, and ongoing ambassadorship with RW & Co are groundbreaking. However, despite Canada’s strong Indigenous community, Ashley is one of very few people with her background visible in this country’s entertainment landscape.

For racialized groups in Canada, being the first in your field is an accomplishment with edge; a celebration that also serves as a reminder of the prejudice that permeates your industry. These accomplishments should definitely be acknowledged, but more than anything, they should be closely critiqued. Progress is great, yes, but why did progress take so long?

In 2015, Ashley was the first

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Why it matters when Black Lives Matter clothing is banned

Formula One has banned drivers from wearing clothing bearing messages while performing official duties. The decision came after Lewis Hamilton wore a top at the Tuscan Grand Prix on 13 September that said “Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor”.

Since March, celebrities have not shied away from wearing clothing in support of Black Lives Matter (BLM) at high-profile events – but not without a backlash. The Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka was told to “keep politics out of sport” when she brought seven face masks with the names of different victims of police brutality to the US Open. Almost 2,000 people complained to Ofcom – which has yet to decide whether to investigate – about the BLM necklace worn by Alesha Dixon on Britain’s Got Talent (only a few weeks after the programme received 24,500 complaints – later dismissed by the regulator – about a performance by the dance

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