Those Profound Snap Shots Masterfully Flip Racial Stereotypes On Their Head

The magazine’s editor-in-chief Lucy Kaylin, who oversaw all production of the publication’s “Race Issue,” commissioned photographer Chris Buck to help bring Oprah’s vision for the feature to life.
Each of the three photos in the essay shows women or girls of color in a role reversal from the ways in which they are stereotypically seen ― or not seen ― compared to white women or girls.
One image shows several East Asian women at a nail salon being pampered by white female beauticians.
“Let’s Talk About Race” is a powerful photo essay published in the latest issue of O, The Oprah Magazine that challenges the ways we view race in a masterful way.
Boldly, with open hearts and minds.”Take a look at the images below:

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