Naomi Campbell Has A Support Group for Young Black Models

Recently Naomi Campbell talked to photographer Nick Knight about the issue of racism in the fashion industry and the support group she's created to push for diversity in the fashion world.

In 2013, Campbell, Iman, and Bethann Hardison, teamed up to start a campaign to call out anti-blackness in the fashion industry. Campbell says she uses the app "WhatsApp" to creat solidarity for black models, The group includes models Jourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls, Malaika Firth, Riley Montana and more,

“I have to watch out for my babies,” she says, “A lot of them, their hearts were broken this time in Paris. I got the calls, I got the texts,”

Watch the interview below.

Photo: YouTube


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