“To be in a world filled with people who hate you for being black, for being women, for . . .
“Still I rise,” says 79-year-old Roxy Wright, glancing down and caressing each scar she’s accrued over a long . . .
“My favorite thing about aging? That I'm still alive,” states Roselyn Lionhart, the musician and activist whose life . . .
“It's so specific that I have these lips and these eyes, even this body. I feel so special to be a Black girl, to have so much melanin. I have to make it count.”
As positive as her pink and yellow power colors, it took us approximately one sec to melt for . . .
We asked writer, model, and student Paloma Elsesser to be a part of the What's Underneath Project because . . .
We asked DJ, writer, and artist Juliana Huxtable to be a part of the What’s Underneath Project due . . .
Having lost all of her hair when she was one and a half, yet not hesitating to take . . .
A SLU OG since her ’12 Closet, Tallulah’s spirit is as unlocked and gutsy as they come, so . . .
Jewelry designer Reign Apiim showed up for her What’s Underneath interview in one of her Harajuku-esque, jaw-dropping medleys . . .