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Blackness + Business in 2018
According to fashion industry and magazines, black models don't sell…
Mara Pat, March 28, 2018
Vogue Italia Hats Three by Steven Meise
Vogue Italia Hats Three by Steven Meise
 
Discrimination, I am so sick of the only time people want to have dialoge about racism is when it somehow affects white people. I am not only a black woman, but I am a DARK black woman who never gets to be called beautiful by mass media. How is it fair that whites have had the opportunity to define black beauty which by the way has lead to some of the most harmful images ever. Black beauty under a traditional white lens means being light, and having as few "black features," as possible hurting darker girls such as myself. People are taken with this issue because the world has been robbed of true black beauty. Latinos, Asians have the same problems, we find Latinas, Arabians and Asian women who are on the white side of their race to present as beautiful. Is that fair? Whether you are black, white, or whatever, seeing black beauty presented as an art is fascinating because its hardly ever shown.

Submitted by 2Tired

VOGUE Italia Hats Two by Steven Meisel
VOGUE Italia Hats Two by Steven Meisel
 
Vogue Italia_Hatone by Steven Meisel
Vogue Italia_Hatone by Steven Meisel
 
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