"For an industry long criticised for its lack of diversity, as well as for perpetuating beauty standards seen through a Eurocentric lens, this change is momentous." -British Vogue
Queen Bey don't play when it comes to race and representation.
Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke are using their business Pop Culture Collaborative to change Hollywood.
Last year, you may recall the stunning photo series celebrating the various hues of beautiful black women that made waves online and garnered major media coverage. That photo series was called The Colored Girl Project and it beautifully and unapologetically showcased black beauty in all its form. Now, the founders of The Colored Girl are […]
22% of the models selected were Black women.
Although the media has come a long way with representation of people of color on screens, there’s still work to do.