The #BlackMirror has nothing to do with Racist, it's about diversity. It's about representation, it's about fairness and respect. How many Asian models are there?, Indiana models?! Native American models? Or short models, plus Size models. You get the point. It's so sad to see that ever time this topic comes up, it's always a war. You got to understand Raffael and I are interracial couple, we worked on this project together and always saw ourselves as one not black or white and that's powerful . so it shouldn't be all negative. Again, all I wanted is to do something positive and inspiring about my race. So we all need to pause and think! Let's unite not divide🙏🏾g
Deddeh Howard Talks About Life After Her “Black Mirror” Project Went Viral
Last week we reported on Deddeh Howard’s “Black Mirror” campaign to show these melanin-blind modeling agencies that black women can pull of literally every pose and give off the same energy as their white counterparts.
She spoke to TMZ about her newfound fame and how she’s dealing with it…
Good for her! She executed a brilliant idea and it’s paying off.
See more of Dedeh in all of her stylish yogi splendor on the following pages…
Image via Instagram
When you get to wear the iron man suit for the first time. It has been clear that not only women but black women in particular have been underrepresented in movies. With maybe the exception of Halle Berry playing Catwoman there are no badass women showcasing what we can do and also serve as an inspiration to the next generation of young girls. It's about time!! we're superheroes!! right ladies? 💪🏾 Photo credit: @Raffaelphoto_com