Find the latest GOOD Magazine at American Apparel

Next time you're swinging by your nearest American Apparel to stock up for summer, be sure to pick up a copy of our latest issue—The GOOD 100—and learn about other creators, crusaders, rabble-rousers and risk takers fighting for progress in 2014.

Here at GOOD, we've always been about supporting those who work hard to do things differently. With an early and ongoing commitment to sweatshop-free manufacturing, a decade long campaign for immigration rights, and inspiring support for the LGBT community, American Apparel has been bringing conscientious consumerism to the stylish masses for a long time now.

We can get behind that. And that's why we're particularly excited that American Apparel got behind the most recent issue of GOOD Magazine in bringing it to many of their stores across the country. So, next time you're swinging by your nearest American Apparel to stock up for summer, be sure to pick up a copy of our latest issue—The GOOD 100—and learn about other creators, crusaders, rabble-rousers and risk takers fighting for progress in 2014.

Find GOOD at the following American Apparel retail locations:

2855 Stevens Creek Blvd. Unit 1009 Santa Clara, CA 95050-6709
7007 Friar's Road Unit# 313, San Diego, CA 92108
2301 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley, CA 94704
71 Fortune Dr., Suite 918, Irvine, CA 92618
6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd Space #18, Canoga Park, CA 91303
12202 Ventura Blvd. Studio City CA 91604
2121 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
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12434 S. Main St. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
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1531 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz, CA 95060
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205 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
1090 Third Ave., New York, NY 10021
2831 Broadway New York, NY 10025
119-121 E. 23rd St., New York, NY 10010
112 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11201
140 W. Broadway, New York, NY 10013
237-239 Smith St., Brooklyn, NY 11231

One Garden State Plaza Store C5 Paramus, NJ 07652
55 Parsonage Road Unit# 441, Edison, NJ 08837
1146 Cherry Hill Mall, 2000 Rt. 38, Cherry Hill, NJ, 08002
80 Hudson St., Hoboken, NJ 07030

Ala Moana Center 1450 Ala Moana Blvd.; Suite 3111, Honolulu, HI 96814

276 Town Center, Boca Raton, FL 33431

1665 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX 77006
8687 N. Central Expressway Suite 2204 Dallas TX 75225
5331 E. Mockingbird Ln., Dallas, TX 75206

1611 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Sansom Commons 3661 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
160 North Gulph Road ;Store Number 2154B King of Prussia, PA 19406
5509 Walnut St., Pittsburgh, PA 15232

3400 Around Lenox Road N.E. Suite 207-212 Atlanta, GA 30326
1133 Euclid Ave. Atlanta, GA 30307

988 E University Ave Tucson, AZ 85719

3663 Las Vegas Blvd S #65 Las Vegas NV 89109

3025 M Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007

138 Newbury St., Boston, MA 02116

1234 SW Stark St., Portland, OR 97205
860 E. 13th Ave., Eugene, OR 97401

46 E. Walton St., Chicago, IL 60611-1420
950 Church St., Evanston, IL 60201
5 Woodfield Mall Schaumburg, IL 60173-5012

405 S. Washington Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48067
115 E. Grand River, East Lansing, MI 48823

1433 W. Lake St., Minneapolis, MN 55408

3140A West Cary St. Richmond, VA 23221

4400 Sharon Road, Charlotte, NC 28211

348 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401-1440
1125-27 Light St., Baltimore, MD 21230
7101 Democracy Blvd, Unit 1304, Bethesda, MD 20817
Westfield Annapolis 2002 Annapolis Mall Space # 1335 Annapolis MD 21401

1221 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43201
243 W. McMillan St. Cincinnati, OH 45219

320 Broadway Nashville, TN 37201

447–449 West 47th Kansas City, MO 64112

1512 Larmier St., Denver, CO 80202
1130 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302

4345 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105-5808

145 Cherry St, Burlington, VT 05401


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