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The month is ending, but these brands deserve love all year long.Pinterest All products featured on Teen Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Black History Month isn’t over just yet, and before it ends you should celebrate by reorganizing your beauty bag and supporting black-owned brands. Whether it’s innovative makeup lines catering to darker skin tones or hair-care products made for black hair textures, there’s just something about knowing a beauty product was made with you in mind — and these owners do just that. A 2018 report found that 85% of spending on ethnic hair and beauty products is attributed to black consumers. It’s no big secret that there’s power in the black dollar, a concept that the beauty industry has been slow to grasp. But we aren’t interested in tokenism; we are interested in black-owned brands that create products based on their relatable black experience — that’s why black-owned brands, especially created by women, matter so much. When products are made for us and by us, it makes a huge difference. If you don’t do anything else to celebrate the culture before the month ends, support these women and their brands, and continue to do so even after Black History Month. What makes black-owned beauty brands so relatable is experience. The Lip Bar Read more: Teen Vogue
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Robin Thede: ‘Turn Black History Month into Black History Year’ (Guest Column)From “The Queen Latifah Show,” “The Nightly Show,” “The Rundown with Robin Thede” and “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” my career has been dedicated in lar… No. robinthede Hire them. Listen to them. Empower them. Don't just bring them on for appearances. Take black ideas seriously. Don't steal them and silence their voices. When they ask for raises and promotions (and are clearly deserving) do the things in your power to make it happen. Period.
7 new children's and young adult books to read for Black History Month — and beyondIt's always a good time to introduce your child to books about black heroes.
10 civil rights sites you should see before Black History Month comes to a closeFrom the Kansas school at the center of a landmark Supreme Court case to the site of Malcolm X's assassination, these sites bring black history alive. 'The struggle for civil rights is remembered in many places. Here is a list of some notable, but often overlooked sites worth checking out.' Montana elected the first woman in the Congress a little over 100 years ago. Note: She was a Republican. .
2019's Science Breakthrough Of The Year Will Show Us A Black Hole's Event HorizonIt will be the most extreme test of Einstein's General Relativity ever. And we already have the data. 🕳 Esto es esperanza para desalojar un poco la tierra I'd love to read the article, but can't for all the ads that populate the screen. I know you have to make money, but your site is just unreadable. So . . . . nope, not for me.
It's Time You Know the Story of the Black Models Who Saved American FashionThe Battle of Versailles may not be taught in history class, but it should be. Here's the story of the Black models who saved American fashion:
Black Hair Defined: Readers Share Their Videos, Photos, And StoriesThank you for sharing your amazing stories with us.