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Last year, Vanity Fair found themselves in hot water after releasing a “lily-white” actresses cover for their ’09 New Hollywood issue.

Many African Americans in the entertainment community felt disrespected by the idea that the magazine couldn’t find any viable Black actors or actresses on the cover.

This year, things have changed as the people at Vanity Fair put Rashida Jones and Anthony Mackie on the cover.

Click here to view the cover and read more.


Vanity Fair’s all white cover shows lack of progress

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