Pointe Magazine: What to Watch: Misty Copeland and Ingrid Silva Push Pointe Shoe Brands Toward Inclusivity on “The Today Show”

Gaynor Minden makes moves toward inclusivity.

“Copeland points out that buying shoes that come in only one color–”European pink”–says so much about ballet’s historical lack of diversity, and sends an underlying message to young dancers. Radford highlights Gaynor Minden as the first company to debut shoes in shades of brown, thanks to its founder Eliza Gaynor Minden’s steadfast commitment to inclusivity.”