The quarterback opened up to Ebony about being adopted by “well-intentioned white parents” and the impact it’s had on his life.
Her work echoes the experience of encountering current events in print.
You absolutely should love and affirm yourself at any weight and size. It's just that positively affirming yourself just as you are can't stand in the way of the truth: if you know you can or must get healthier that's gotta be a goal, too, and that goes for anyone, regardless of size.
Body positive movements are in, but plus size black women aren't receiving equal representation in the typical mainstream conversation surrounding the phenomenon.
Revisit our conversations with Cosby's lawyer and stars of "The Cosby Show."
Backlash is rolling in again over Ebony Magazine's 70th Anniversary Cover. Still wondering if it's possible to highlight biracial/black activists promoting black social justice causes without immediate backlash - from whites and blacks. Who gets to decide? Better yet, who is calling it out?