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Black Masculinity

A fraught time in racial politics is forcing the mainstream to redefine how it represents black males. A softness and flamboyance is being introduced, and with 64% of Gen Z African-Americans claiming a strong sense of cultural pride and heritage, it’s important for brands and retailers to understand the nuances affecting black men today. We explore the two main driving forces changing the face of black masculinity at the moment.