Track and field sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson is the subject of a profile interview by Teen Vogue. In the interview, she touches on how she became steeped in confidence as a Black woman and athlete and talks about embracing radical self-love and forgiveness as she continues in her career.
According to published reports, Danielle Kwateng has been named to the post following the exit of Alexi McCammond who recently resigned as editor-in-chief after her old, racially insensitive tweets resurfaced.
According to Newsweek, Christine Davitt, who works as a senior social media manager for Teen Vogue called a white friend the n-word in two posts on Twitter in 2009, reports Fox News. “I love the contradictory nature of the phrase ‘white n—a,” she wrote in a third post written in 2010. Davitt identifies as having white and Filipino ancestry.
Tierra Whack has quickly become a household name, so when it was announced that the Grammy nominated rapper was going to be March’s cover star for Teen Vogue—it seemed like a perfect fit.
While her stint as an American Idol judge has been full of drama (rumor is everyone is on the chopping block), Nicki Minaj still has plenty of positives going on. That’s the gist of the YMCMB rapper’s cover story in the June/July 2013 issue Teen Vogue.