Photo by Dan Hallman / Invision / AP
Photo by Dan Hallman / Invision / AP

It’s been nearly 46 years since Beverly Johnson became the first Black model on the cover of American Vogue. “My debut was meant to usher in a current of change in the fashion industry,” Johnson writes in an op-ed for The Washington Post.

But Johnson writes that racism and exclusion still loom large in the industry, and she proposes steps toward changing the system.

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