"Black Images and the Politics of Beauty"

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The cover of the February 1949 issue of Ebony Magazine via NYPL

 Ashawnta Jackson writes for JSTOR Daily about how "Black-owned beauty-centered businesses" used images of stars like Lena Horne to change mainstream understandings of beauty.

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