Vogue Magazine It has been accused of sharing “whitewash” photos of February cover star Kamala Harris after she took to sharing photos on Twitter.
In the tweet, the publication published two contradictory images of the US Vice President-elect, one of which was a bright, pink image that drew criticism.
According to users, the cover looks like a half-hearted attempt to photograph America’s first female vice president.
“Kamala Harris is as light as women of color come and Vogue is still [expletive] Write a light, “one wrote.
“Vogue. Not only did you choose to insult VP Elect Harris, but you chose a much worse image. That pink and green image is filth. You picked up Kamala from above and Dropped it down instead. It doesn’t match. “Another user wrote.”
“A crazy crazy choice. Reissue a new cover and apologize. The greatness of the vice president will soon be tested in his actions, but please start with the cover photo of his office approval.” “
New York Times aide Wajahat Ali wrote, “What’s wrong?”
“I wouldn’t really want to have Anna Ventur as a black friend and partner,” he said. Will come out better. ”
This is not the first time Vogue has received a heart attack for misrepresenting black stars.
In the August edition, athlete Simon Byles was included in the US coverage and the fact was criticized so much that the photographer did him no justice.