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Domestic violence selfies: Glamour magazines asks women for theirs - Telegraph

Domestic violence selfies: Glamour magazines asks women for theirs - Telegraph

Diahann Carroll-Born 6.17.1935 A breast cancer survivor - attended Music & Art High School, along with schoolmate Billy Dee Williams. In many interviews about her childhood, Diahann Carroll recalls her parents' support of her & that they enrolled her in dance, singing & modeling classes. By the time Diahann Carroll was 15, she was modeling for Ebony magazine. She stood 6ft & had a lean build. After graduating from high school, Diahann Carroll attended New York University, majored in…

Diahann Carroll-Born 6.17.1935 A breast cancer survivor - attended Music & Art High School, along with schoolmate Billy Dee Williams. In many interviews about her childhood, Diahann Carroll recalls her parents' support of her & that they enrolled her in dance, singing & modeling classes. By the time Diahann Carroll was 15, she was modeling for Ebony magazine. She stood 6ft & had a lean build. After graduating from high school, Diahann Carroll attended New York University, majored in…

"Some days I feel like I have superpowers but some days I feel like I'm the fattest girl in the world. And I talk about my back fat and my cellulite because it's important to have women in the media addressing the things that society has called flaws." @theashleygraham talks being a sex symbol her new book and changing women's lives on the cover of our July Issue. Click the #linkinbio to read her full story. ( @nathanielgoldberg; styling: @jilliandavison; hair: @shonju; makeup…

"Some days I feel like I have superpowers but some days I feel like I'm the fattest girl in the world. And I talk about my back fat and my cellulite because it's important to have women in the media addressing the things that society has called flaws." @theashleygraham talks being a sex symbol her new book and changing women's lives on the cover of our July Issue. Click the #linkinbio to read her full story. ( @nathanielgoldberg; styling: @jilliandavison; hair: @shonju; makeup…

30 Things Every Woman Should Have and Should Know by 30 - things to keep in mind :)

30 Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know By The Time She's 30

30 Things Every Woman Should Have and Should Know by 30 - things to keep in mind :)

Joyce Bryant was a blues and jazz singer in the 1940's and 50's. She was referred to as the Black Marilyn Monroe, and "the Voice You'll Always Remember".

Remembered as a stunning performer with silvery blond hair offsetting a mahogany complexion, she rocketed to fame within the Black community and was regularly featured in magazines such as Jet and Ebony.

Joyce Bryant was a blues and jazz singer in the 1940's and 50's. She was referred to as the Black Marilyn Monroe, and "the Voice You'll Always Remember". Remembered as a stunning performer with silvery blond hair offsetting a mahogany complexion, she rocketed to fame within the Black community and was regularly featured in magazines such as Jet and Ebony.

Glamour's Cover Star Olivia Wilde on Her "Nerdy, Messy, Complicated, Sometimes Sexy" Life

Cover Star Olivia Wilde on Her "Nerdy, Messy, Complicated, Sometimes Sexy" Life

Glamour's Cover Star Olivia Wilde on Her "Nerdy, Messy, Complicated, Sometimes Sexy" Life

Ebony's archive on Tumblr. Bits of Black culture and history, served up Internet style. Also, Google Books has old issues online -- 1959 through the 1990s. Love...

Ebony's archive on Tumblr. Bits of Black culture and history, served up Internet style. Also, Google Books has old issues online -- 1959 through the 1990s. Love...

Actress and writer Ellen Holly modeling in a December 1951 issue ofJet. Ms. Holly is best known for breaking the  color barrier in soap operas in 1968 as Carla Gray, a black woman who passed for white, on “One Life to Live.”  Her memoir, "One Life: The Autobiography of an African American Actress" is phenomenal. A must-read for Black actresses and writers of today.

Actress and writer Ellen Holly modeling in a December 1951 issue ofJet. Ms. Holly is best known for breaking the color barrier in soap operas in 1968 as Carla Gray, a black woman who passed for white, on “One Life to Live.” Her memoir, "One Life: The Autobiography of an African American Actress" is phenomenal. A must-read for Black actresses and writers of today.

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