The “Django Unchained” actress, Kerry Washington covers ARISE magazine’s first 2013 issue. The actress bears her mind on roles she has played in the past with the ones that have placed her on a controversial platform in focus, adapting her Ugandan accent for the movie, “The Last King of Scotland”, and the character she takes on in Quentin Tarantino’s movie, “Django Unchained”. She also spoke on her power role as the only African-American female in a lead TV piece.
Other interviews include that of the editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia, Franca Sozzani, who bluntly explains why Lagos needs a Rodeo Drive and the role L’Uomo Vogue is playing in that wise. The very unavoidable question is also answered; Will there ever be an Vogue Africa? Also, former UN secretary-general, Kofi Annan also gives his views on Africa’s triumph, her pain joys these past 50 years and counting.
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