"Being white excludes her from being a woman of color. Period," Britni Danielle writes in an insightful piece at Clutch magazine about a woman who grew up white in Mexico but was seen as a woman of color when she moved to the U.S.
Prada did something it hasn't done in 19 years: cast a black model in one of its ads. Writing at Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle is not impressed and cautions fashion buyers and cultural critics against congratulating the fashion house for an occurrence that should happen more frequently.
In a piece for Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle says that Tyler, the Creator's online commercial -- in which a battered white woman has to pick a suspect out of a lineup consisting of black men and a goat -- peddles stereotypes that black men have been fighting for years.
Clutch magazine's Britni Danielle takes up a blogger's complaint that President Obama's election-night depiction of his daughters as "beautiful" diminished their importance as girls and pandered to women.
Reflecting on the recent deadly shooting of an unarmed black woman by a Chicago police officer, Britni Danielle of Clutch magazine asks why women with fates similar to that of Trayvon Martin often go unnoticed.
Writing for Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle takes on John McWhorter's claim in a recent Daily News article that racism is on the decline. She argues that, even if racism is a dying phenomenon, that doesn't change much.