Angela Burt-Murry Returns to Target Women of Color! Did Ebony.com Ever Post Their Series on Sexual Assault?
Doing some end of the year housekeeping. After the Ebony 4 debacle on Ebony.com, the grownups at Ebony promised a 3-part series on sexual assault after we got their advertisers to force them to remove a horrific piece of writing that appeared to condone sex with underage girls. I don't read Ebony.com AT ALL after this mess. So did they ever post this promised series? If you missed the Ebony.com debacle, you can read our posts on Ebony & Misogyny.
In other news... and I can't tell you how much this warms my heart...Your favorite ESSENCE editor and mine, Angela Burt-Murray, has returned to the internets.
Just type ESSENCE into the search box to the right to see some of our commentary on her reign at ESSENCE. According to Journalisms, she is partnering with Shelly Jones Jennings to launch CocoaFab.com. Basically The YBF meets Clutch. Clutch's layout is better.
A cursory glance reveals that there are currently no articles instructing Black women to go looking for dates at strip clubs... but give her time. I actually like the Cocoa Fab YouTube channel, but again--give her time.