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The fashion industry is often criticized for its lack of diversity.

She calls herself the 'Melaniin Goddess,' but years before Khoudia Diop came to celebrate her strikingly dark skin she was often bullied for it.

After years of artificially whitening their skin, more and more women are embracing their natural shades.

India is a country obsessed with fair skin. This new campaign tackles the beauty norm.

Be the Change: Six Disabled Activists On Why the Resistance Must Be Accessible | "Using a wheelchair during the Women’s March made it marginally easier to battle the crowds (as did having a girlfriend from Brooklyn who knows how to unleash an “OUT OF THE WAY, SIR!” like I’ve never heard)." #queer #lgbtqi #equality

Image Description: Painting of a dark-skinned disabled woman on left in a jail cell clasping hands with olive-skinned disabled woman on right in a warzone. Woman on the left uses a wheelchair and is.

#UnfairAndLovely highlights the beauty of dark-skinned people of color, who are routinely underrepresented in media around the world.  Photo: Pax Jones, via PaxJones.com

Sisters Mirusha and Yanusha Yogarajah and their friend Pax Jones, are the pioneers of a campaign to challenge the stigma around dark skin.

The one-time 'MythBusters' host has some ideas about just how transcendental science fiction can be.

Is Sci-Fi a Religious Experience? Adam Savage Thinks So

U.S. Marines with children in Vietnam. In the Vietnam War, African-American soldiers faced a disproportionally higher chance of being killed in action, and made up almost 25 percent of the total deaths from the war.

These Never-Before-Seen Photos From "The New York Times" Offer a New Glimpse Into African-American History

U.S. Marines with children in Vietnam. In the Vietnam War, African-American soldiers faced a disproportionally higher chance of being killed in action, and made up almost 25 percent of the total deaths from the war.

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