The 78 Best Amazon Black Friday Deals 2020

The highly anticipated Amazon Black Friday deals are here, and true to form, they’re easily some of the best Black Friday deals of 2020. While the e-tailer’s sale officially kicked off last Friday with a slew of impressive deals, Amazon typically reserves the best markdowns for the actual holiday — and this year is no exception.

You can now score major markdowns on top-rated brands like Le Creuset, Apple, Fitbit, Dyson, Alo Yoga, Samsung, Sony, Bose, Adidas, and countless others. And with more deals slated to drop through Cyber Monday, you can likely finish all of your holiday shopping in a single weekend.

Of course, combing through Amazon’s overwhelming archive—like those of other mega retailers Nordstrom and Walmart—is half the battle, so we’re doing the legwork for you. Ahead, shop the best Amazon Black Friday deals, organized by category: tech, smart home, smart kitchen, home office, decor and

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In 2020, The Black Panthers’ Powerful & Political Style Is Everywhere

Between the pandemic and countless protests, this year has forced the world to re-examine its politics and values, and the fashion community is no exception. Just last month for SS21, Louis Vuitton sent a clear message down the catwalk about the power of American democracy with its ‘Vote‘ sweatshirts, and this year’s virtual Emmys saw a number of celebrities honour the victims of police brutality with their bold beauty choices, like Yvonne Orji, who had the Black Power fist etched into her cropped hair.

Fashion has always been political, though, and what people wear is often considered an extension and expression of their beliefs. No political group has quite understood the power of fashion like the Black Panther Party. Established in 1966 by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton, the Black Panthers’ aesthetic has long been admired, and for good reason. The party was born at

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Broad Noses & The Politics Of Black Beauty

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They’ve Been Trapped on Navy Ships for Months. Now One Has Died by Suicide.

Jonathon Morris was a civilian mariner—or “civmar”—one of the 5,500 maritime professionals hired by the U.S. Navy to work on ships transporting people and supplies around the globe.The job didn’t suit his personality, said someone close to him. He was quiet and introverted, not the type who enjoyed months in cramped quarters. When he was on shore, he loved long-distance bicycling, spending weeks alone on the trails around his home in Southern California.But on the USNS Amelia Earhart, he found a position that separated him from the crew. A third mate, he led the night watch, in charge of three other civmars. He spent hours on the bridge against an endless backdrop of waves and starlight as much of the Earhart’s crew of 130 slept.By July of this year, the atmosphere on the

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