Conde Nast Names First-Ever Black Editor-in-Chief, Keija Minor

Culture, Editorial, Fashion, Featured

 

According to recent reports, Condé Nast has named it’s first editor-in-chief for one its publications in its 103-year-old history. Some are calling the move for the former Uptown magazine editor a step in the right direction and inspiring given the industry’s often racially divided disposition. What are your thoughts about Minor’s move up at Brides magazine?

 

 

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