For Essence Magazine, A New Direction With A New Chief

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Essence's new Editor-in-Chief Constance C.R. White

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Essence's new Editor-in-Chief Constance C.R. White is putting her first official stamp on the magazine for its July issue, which features Beyonce's debut cover story and profiles of socially influential women abroad. To learn more about these articles and how Essence plans to better capture the lives of everyday black women, host Michel Martin speaks with its new Chief Constance C.R. White.

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