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Essence magazine's former editor in chief Constance C.R. White says the reason behind her abrupt departure from the publication last month was because she was fired.
The importance of the youth vote and the relevance of Black-focused media in the digital age were at the forefront of the discussion during BET Networks’ Leading Women Defined summit on March 20.
BET Networks and the Girls Scouts of the USA hosted the panel, which focused on fostering the next of generation of Black female leaders.
With the rise of many new Black news outlets, it almost comes as no surprise that African-American journalists are returning to Black press from mainstream news outlets.
Essence magazine named Constance C.R. White, a former style reporter for the New York Times, as its new editor-in-chief.