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The former Miss Teen USA shared her experience with Donald Trump and the racism that permeates the pageant and modeling industries.
The magazine featured Cheslie Kryst, Kaliegh Garris and Nia Imani Franklin on its digital cover: "Welcome to the era where Black women reign supreme!”
New Miss USA Cheslie Kryst is a lawyer who does pro bono work with incarcerated people.
The contest's swimsuit competition finally ended once he left.
Winner Karlie May says she's a different person today but that wasn't enough for Twitter.
Pageant leaders want to make sure "fans recognize these young women for the strong, inspiring individuals they are.”
Today's pageants are a sanitized and sanctioned outgrowth of nineteenth-century carnival sideshows.