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Blacks are totally under-represented in the fashion world. And just like everything that we are currently fighting for, i think its high time we start fighting for our right to be truly recognized. This also go for other race types.
By the way, the pictures. I only wish to make a suggestion, i feel you could add a statement to the images, like a small snippet of texts stating what you are fighting for or trying to portray.
December 6, at 3: The statement is at the top and bottom of the post. December 6, at 6: Why is it that we need to push the white vs non whites all the time…. Seems to me non-whites have such a need to speak out against whites for doing what ever they do. People are all beautiful in their own special way.
If we want something bad enough, just go and do it. By the way you rock in those pics. December 8, at 3: We has four beautiful children.
One girl and three boys. I am so glad that you have did this comparison. There is not enough representation in the fashion industry. If you saw a black person just on television that was a big deal.
That was the last time I went to a call. All the magazine are targeted to teens through thirties. And we are certainly not a size We have hips and breast. December 9, at 3: I think the only way that things will change is when consumers start boycotting certain brands that fail to represent them.
As black consumers we need to think about how spend our dollars, euros and pounds. Hit these guys where it hurts. December 11, at The Mighty Howard County Fair offers the best 5 days of fun and family events/activities the area has to offer.
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