ESSENCE Historical February Issue #BlackLivesMatter, 1st EVER Cover With No Image – Ambition Magazine
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ESSENCE Historical February Issue #BlackLivesMatter, 1st EVER Cover With No Image

With a history of covering issues in the African American community since the 1970’s, it’s no surprise that ESSENCE magazine is making history again at the climax of what some are calling the “new civil rights movement”. Vanessa K. DeLuca, Editor-in-Chief of the ground breaking magazine, shared the February 2015 cover with an open letter detailing the process behind the creation of the very first cover to not boast a photo and the significance of it’s subject matter. Read more at Chattertainment.com.

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