Vogue's Not Racist; Three Black Models Prove It!Dodai Stewart6/23/08 12:00pmFiled to: maghagVogueblack modelsChanel ImanAnna WintourRacismjourdan dunnArlenisKiara kabukuruNaomi CampbellKara youngannie leibovitzTopMag HagGawker1122EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkIn the "Talking Back: Letters From Readers" section of the new issue of Vogue, there are two, yes two letters regarding the controversial LeBron James/Gisele Bündchen cover. We read them this weekend, and the folks over at The Fashion Bomb have already posted them. The first is from Christine Fox of Santa Ana, CA: "I'm an African-American women who sees nothing wrong with the April cover. I know there has been a lot of buzz about it, and folks are outraged, but it's ridiculous!" Her letter goes on to say: "It is just fashion, dahling." The other letter, From Stephanie Jackson in Brooklyn, states: "The April cover bothers me. More devastating than the perpetuation of stereotypes in mainstream culture is the dismissal of the counterargument as if it doesn't make sense. If controversial imagery rubs a minority group the wrong way, shouldn't the appropriate response be an apology?"ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.