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GoodBoy Clothing Partners with Assemble Space & The Complex 444 for Second Location in Detroit | The GOODS

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In conjunction with Assemble Space and The Complex 444, Mixon will be opening a micro retail location in Detroit in Spring of 2021. 

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GoodBoy Clothing Featured on Gary Bredow's Start Up TV Show | The GOODS

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In December of 2019, GoodBoy Clothing was the spotlight feature on the national docu-series Start Uphosted by Detroit host/creator/producer Gary Bredow. Airing exclusively on PBS, the episode features the fashionable clothing brand and its founder Oaklin Mixon as he continuously strives to break boundaries in his hometown of Flint, Michigan.

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Deon Mixon: Detroit Native Gets Creative With Graphic Design Board Game | The GOODS

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With an eye for design and a mission to help people find the inner designer within them, Detroit native Deon Mixon is on the right path to making his and others' dreams come true.

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LaTashia M. Perry: Empowering Young Minds One Book at a Time | The GOODS

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Flint, Michigan native LaTashia M. Perry has been adding to the culture of her hometown and beyond since the release of her debut children's book "Hair Like Mine" in 2015. As a mother of five, the accomplished author/entrepreneur understands the importance of positive influence and proper representation which is the main theme of her company, Kids Like Mine.

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Jason Wilson: A portrait of community leadership | The GOODS

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Detroit’s Jason Wilson is a husband and father of two, and the founder and head instructor of the Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy, also known as CATTA. CATTA is a leadership and martial arts center where Wilson, through his years of mentoring and his experience in the arts of Aikibujutsu, Jiujitsu, Judo, Kempo, Short Staff Fighting and Combat Boxing, trains young men how to defend themselves and others, and above all, how to carry themselves with respect and treat others in kind.  

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