Conde Nast Hires Its First Black Editor-in-Chief
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Conde Nast Hires First Black EIC in its 103-Year History

It took 103 years, but publishing powerhouse Condé Nast Publications has finally hired its first black editor-in-chief.

Keija Minor will head up Brides magazine.

Amazing that it took 103 years, but mainstream mastheads tend to get less colorful the closer you get to the top.

Check out the Root for more info on this topic.

Are you surprised it took over a century to get a black editor-in-chief at Condé Nast?


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