Brande Victorian, managing editor of MadameNoire, breaks down H&M's racially insensitive sweatshirt ad and why the boy's mother is defending the image. She also explores actress Tessa Thompson calling out Lena Dunham and Serena Williams covering the new issue of Vogue.
Victorian says the boy's mother doesn't see the big deal with the sweatshirt, claiming it wouldn't be racist if she put it on her son herself. Victorian expects more backlash for the brand, starting with The Weeknd and G-Eazy's announcements they won't work with the store anymore.
Meanwhile Tessa Thompson has clarified her remarks on Lena Dunham, saying she appreciates the support after saying Dunham had nothing to do with the "Time's Up" movement. She also noted her statement wasn't an apology.
Victorian also previews Serena Williams in the new issue of Vogue, discussing motherhood and her return to the tennis court.