How Modeling Has Changed for Beverly Johnson’s Daughter
Supermodel Beverly Johnson and her daughter, Anansa Sims, talk about how the modeling industry has become more diverse and age-inclusive since Beverly's groundbreaking 1974 Vogue cover.
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