It’s been an eventful week for Black media, with outlets including Ebony, Jet and Grio all selling to new ownership. First up, Johnson Publishing sold Ebony (est. 1945) to a large Texas equity firm, Clear View Group according to an announcement Tuesday. Likewise, sister publication Jet magazine (est. 1951) has also been sold, although it has […]
Black magazines are out here doing it.
Six Black women have landed the covers of major mainstream publications this month. The saga continues in Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
The cover of Glamour‘s May 2015 issue is going to be a treat! The First Lady Michelle Obama is gracing the cover, but she’s joined…
Last week Johnson Publishing Company, the Chicago based entity that has printed Ebony and JET magazines for the last sixty plus years made a big announcement: JET…
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Porn publisher Larry Flynt says he doesn’t want to see the avowed racist serial killer whose gunshots left him paralyzed 35 years ago put to death for his crimes. In an essay published Thursday in The Hollywood Reporter (http://bit.ly/1cxjSA8), Flynt says that while he would love to take pliers and a pair of wire cutters to Joseph Paul Franklin, he does not believe in the death penalty.
by Rebecca Nuttall Courier Staff Writer Last week the fashion industry was again criticized for it’s lack of racial sensitivity when a spread in Vogue Netherlands featured a White model sporting blackface.
The revelations last week by former Essence Magazine editor Constance White both intrigued and concerned me.