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Beyoncé’s Mom Tina Knowles Calls Out Anna Wintour For Vogue's Lack of Diversity

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By Ryan Naumann

Beyoncé’s mom Tina Knowles is putting American Vogue editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, on blast for the lack of diversity

Tina shared a photo of British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful on her Instagram. She wrote, “Kudos to this wonderful Man Mr. Edward Enningful !! Editor of “British Vogue “ for boldly putting our beautiful Activists on the cover !!! When will American Vogue step up and hire more Black Photographers for cover shoots? We’re waiting....... @edward_enningful.”

Recently, Edward Enningful placed black activists on the cover on British Vogue. Tina is clearly calling on Anna Wintour to do more. Anna has been criticized for decades for not placing black models on the cover of Vogue and not having a diverse staff.

Former Vogue editor-in-large Andrê Leon Talley ripped Anna in his recent memoir.

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One fan commented, “At the end of the day Anna Wintour's vision of beauty doesn't look like me and you. Unless there is celebrity attached she seems to have little use for us. This brother is standing in his truth and I applaud and appreciate him for it..”

Another said, “I just love and Tina Lawson telling it like it is all the time! You go!.” One person pointed out, “They’re not .....Anne Wintour not giving a damn though lol.”

“Yes, hire more Black Photographers! Thank u for supporting us @mstinalawson,” wrote another.

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As The Blast previously reported, Tina has been quite vocal about politics and racism on social media.

Back in June, Tina commented about the Breonna Taylor situation calling out the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron for failing to bring criminal charges against the police officers involved.

She said, “I was shocked to learn that the attorney general for Kentucky is a 34 year old black man. We are ASHAMED of you brother!!! Coonery at it ‘s finest! 💔💔”

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