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Guess What Essence Just Did? And We Love It!

Essence magazine’s web branch,, just announced their website relaunch. As a perennial favorite among African American women, the company made some slight adjustments and updates to continue to appeal to their long-served demographic. “The new is the place where “Black Girl Magic” comes to life,” said Yolanda Sangweni, Site Content Director.
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