COPYWRITING BLACK BEAUTY

We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women’s History month together, REV 21 Media presents, “Copyrighting Black Beauty.”

This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance.

This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to presents real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.

Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

 

Makeup: There’s Like 75 Shades of White and One Shade of Black
Black People in The Media
Oh, Just Rowdy Black Kids
Why’d You Come to School Looking Like That
Black Women Using Bleaching Cream
Cultural Appropriation is Theft Without Copyright
Cultural Appropriation Shows The Power That Black People Have
Just Know That Folks in Africa Have Been Doing It
Associating Beauty With Pain
I Have So Many Issues With the Word Exotic
What It’s Like Being a Woman of Color
CRWN Magazine, Reclaiming the Narrative
Black Women Have to Assimilate to White Culture to Feel Beautiful
Maybe You Should Use Skin Lightening Cream When You’re Older
It’s Very Important For Us to Connect to Our Black History
It’s Trendy to Be Blackish: You Can Only be Black to an Extent
I Have Every Right to Be Angry When it Comes to Issues of Race
I Don’t Accept Anyone Telling Me I’m Not Beautiful
This Incident Made Me Aware of My Blackness
Black People in The Media
Makeup: There’s Like 75 Shades of White and One Shade of Black
This Incident Made Me Aware of My Blackness
I Have Every Right to Be Angry When it Comes to Issues of Race
It’s Trendy to Be Blackish: You Can Only be Black to an Extent
Copywriting Black Beauty Promo