OG History is a Teen Vogue series where we unearth history not told through a white, cisheteropatriarchal lens. In the history of fairness and equality in the United States, there’s no denying that women
Back in the 1950s and '60s, Milwaukee bustled with African American-owned businesses. But a combination of changing demographics and concentrated poverty dimmed the community's once-bright glow of entrepreneurship.
She is, despite the prevailing whiteness of the sport, its main attraction – regardless of whether or not the powers that be care to admit it Amid depressing news these days such as abortion bans, mass
Philly’s first-ever statue of a freestanding African American girl was unveiled this week in West Passyunk’s Smith Playground. The statue, which is called MVP, was created by Brian McCutcheon in honor
The ever inspiring Michelle Obama is the world's most admired woman, according to an extensive new YouGov poll. The lawyer, writer and former First Lady of the United States topped a poll in which 42,000
Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict, and Zora Neale Hurston—spurred on by Franz Boas—revolutionized the way we think about humanity. In 1968, when I was 13, I read Coming of Age in Samoa, by Margaret Mead. Her