American singer, rapper, songwriter, and flutist, Lizzo covers the October issue of Vogue magazine. As the first plus size black woman on the cover of Vogue magazine, Lizzo breaks yet another cultural barrier. Inside, she shares her thoughts and hope for the black community, voting and message on body positivity. 

Born Melissa Vivianne Jefferson in 1988 in Detroit, Michigan, Lizzo grew up in the motor city before moving to Houston, Texas with her family. She began her recording career in Minneapolis where George Floyd was murdered on the road by former police officer Derek Chauvin––an event that affected her, the rest of black America, and the world, deeply. Lizzo Vogue magazine

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It is important at a time like this in America’s history––in the middle of not only a global pandemic but also a civil rights movement––that conversations on…

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