Activism

#BlackGirlMagic, Climate Activism, and Fighting for Our Future

By Ava Marshall In honor of the global climate strike that took place last week, we’ve compiled a list of powerful, inspiring, Black girl activists who are at the front lines of the fight for climate justice. Get your snaps ready for these leading ladies.  Mari Copeny Better known as “Little Miss Flint,” Mari wrote […]

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Beauty & Fashion

Zuri Tibby Brings #BlackGirlMagic to Victoria’s Secret PINK

Less than a month after joining the Victoria’s Secret team, 21-year-old Zuri Tibby has become the first Black spokesmodel for the PINK brand. For decades, Black girls have been excluded from runways and the general elite fashion scene, and even with the recent uptick in ethnic diversity — natural hair styles slayed fashion week last […]

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Features

That One Time They Came for #BlackGirlMagic

Our Twitter timeline was LIT — and we know yours was, too — with tweets going in on an article called “Here’s My Problem With #BlackGirlMagic” published by Elle magazine this week. Yeah, we’re not gonna link it here, but peep these lines and you’ll see why people are so not here for it. At. […]

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Cover Stars

#TBT: Unapologetically Chandler

Time for another #TBT! On the second Thursday of each month, we’ll release a past celeb cover story from our print-only archives. For this round, we’re throwin’ it back to spring 2017 with Chandler Kinney.

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Beauty & Fashion

Baby Phat Beauty is About to be Your Next Obsession

When Baby Phat first hit the scene more than 20 years ago, its founder Kimora Lee Simmons set out to bless the runways (and our closets) with high-fashion streetwear. Now, the iconic brand is being reintroduced to a new generation with the launch of Baby Phat Beauty — a collab with her daughters Ming Lee (20) and Aoki Lee (18).

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Celebs

Dara Reneé’s New Single “Evolution” is a Whole Vibe

I do it for the cultureShout out to the people that be starting trendsNever for the vulturesY’all act like we don’t see you stealing our content. By Anissa Gabbara Dara Renée did not come to play when she sang, “I do it for the culture.” As one of the breakout stars of Disney+’s High School […]

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