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Syreeta McFadden writing for NPR's "Code Switch":
"Black Bodies in White Words, Or: Why We need Claudia Rankine" - There is a cartoon circulating right now...
"I told a friend I hated taking pictures of Black people with color film. So, I avoided it. I used black and white film. What I came to learn is that I wasn't paranoid about that. Kodak - maybe until the late 90s - didn't design their film stock to read darker skin."
This week on THE JANUS ADAMS SHOW: Writer/photographer; Huffington Post, Guardian, and Buzz Feed contributor, Syreeta McFadden: seeing, saying, changing the narrative.
And what was that she said about Beyoncé?!
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Syreeta McFadden writing for BuzzFeed:
"Teaching the Camera to See My Skin: Navigating photography’s inherited bias against dark skin."
Photos: Syreeta McFadden