Women of color

If I had to pick one word to describe the journey of being in management and leadership as a black woman, I’d go with “lonely."
Toruño honours queer women of colour with her vibrant, unapologetic and very public work.
"We need to start telling our stories and changing the narrative from the white, middle class woman.”
“I don’t need a white dude to tell me what didn’t work for him in ‘A Wrinkle In Time.’ It wasn’t made for him.”
The group is demanding "appropriate investigations and inquiries" into abuse allegations made against the US star.
“I feel as though there is a need for women of colour to make images of women of colour where we can literally see ourselves."
I've grown tired of watching low-budget beauty brands pick and choose when and when not to cater to women of colour, tired of applauding the beauty industry for its progression when it's still making women of colour feel like we are worth less.