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Edward Lewis, an Essence founder dismissed former editor-in-chief Constance White's complaints and said he would sell the magazine to Time Inc. again.
Michael Bullerdick, the former managing editor of Essence magazine, has been transferred to another Time, Inc. department after making extreme right-wing comments.
UNITY: Journalists of Color announced it will drop “Journalists of Color” from its title to be more accepting of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association.
Will Essence continue to meaningfully serve as an outlet catering to the specific of Black women with Michael Bullerdick on board?