• Why Attributing Black Achievement to a “Wakanda Effect” Isn't Helpful

    6 days ago - By Slate

    If you take a quick glance across the magazine rack this month, expect to be greeted by an unprecedented wave of black cover stars. From Glamour to Vogue to Marie Claire, black women are currently providing a welcome respite from the lily-white stars that usually front a depressing 67 percent of fashion magazines. A brief list of the stars making covers this September-the fashion industry's biggest issue of the year-include: singer, actress, and wine glass thief Rihanna on the cover of British Vogue , Beyoncé on American Vogue , Lupita Nyong'o on Porter, Tiffany Haddish on Glamour, Tracee...
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