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O, The Oprah Magazine February 2020

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4 min.
holly mitchell

To celebrate 20 years of O, each month we’re spotlighting remarkable people who could change the way we look at our world. IN JULY 2016, an ex-manager at a posh Manhattan hair salon filed a complaint with New York City’s Human Rights Commission, alleging that while working at the salon, he’d been asked to implement a hair policy that seemed aimed at black employees. Three additional complaints were filed in the next two years against the same employer, including one in which a stylist and a co-owner were said to have disparaged black workers’ dreadlocks and box braids as not befitting the salon’s luxe vibe. The ensuing investigation led to groundbreaking legal guidelines banning grooming policies that target hairstyles associated with black people. But as pioneering as these guidelines were, they…

3 min.
the o quiz

1. What’s your guilty pleasure? Napping on a beach while waves crash within earshot. 2. If you could send a note to yourself in 2030, what would it say? Your focused work on equity—in justice and access to affordable housing, health services, fair pay, and education—paid off. The CROWN Act was just the beginning in an effort to redefine beauty for all. The young women who now understand that their natural hair and how they choose to wear it will not limit their trajectory have blossomed into confident leaders. Your determination to stay true to yourself as an unapologetically black woman leader was definitely the right choice. You badass, you! 3. What’s the one thing in life you’re so happy you did? Choosing to parent. As an adoptive parent, I honor the courage it took…

1 min.
feeling the love

Natalie Beach WRITER “JOIN THE PARTY!,” PAGE 86 I met my significant other…at a going-away party for the mutual friend who ended up officiating our wedding. You can’t love me if you don’t love my…right to bodily autonomy. You know I like you if I…lend you a book off my shelf. Jaquira Díaz WRITER “NOW, VOYAGERS,” PAGE 68 A romantic evening for me is…going for a walk on the beach. True love is…ultramarine, electric. You know I like you if I… take off my shades to look at you. Lior Lev Sercarz CHEF “SOMEONE’S IN THE KITCHEN…,” PAGE 112 A romantic evening for me is…dinner with my wife—hopefully in some faraway country. True love is…when you can look past everything and see the good in someone else. You know I like you if I… cook for you. Candice Rainey WRITER “RAISING THE BAR,” PAGE…

1 min.
the question

Q THIS MONTH WE WONDERED… What’s something you love unapologetically? Solitude. There’s a difference between being alone and being lonely. My alone time gives me the space I need to think, wonder, and get back to neutral when the world around me is chaotic.MELANIE LEGRANDE New York City My life. I overcame a battle with mental health, and I fought so hard to keep myself alive. Even though my faith was the size of a mustard seed, that’s all I needed.COURTNEY PULLIE Toledo Staying up late to read a good book and being able to sleep in the next morning.WENDY HAIRFIELD Lynnwood, Washington Getting a new outfit. Our family didn’t have much extra money when we were growing up, so clothing is an exciting thing even to this day! LILLIAN RAMIREZ Orlando My boundaries.ALEXANDRIA TERRAZAS Berwyn,…

1 min.
behind the scenes

O, Snap At this month’s cover shoot, there was plenty of clapping, head bobbing, and heel tapping. What inspired our leading lady’s spontaneous moves? The soundtrack to Broadway’s Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. Oprah had recently gone to the show, accompanied by the icon herself, and fallen in love. “Can we play that again?” she asked as the last notes of “Proud Mary,” sung by the production’s lead, Adrienne Warren, faded out. “Okay, but let’s try it without too much dancing,” said O creative director Adam Glassman, hoping our model would stay still long enough for photographer Ruven Afanador to get the perfect shot. In addition to the music, she was mesmerized by her sky-high Roger Vivier heels. “Gorgeous,” she said. “They’re like glimmery, shimmery boats.” Then she got back to…

1 min.
your take

Q WHAT’S YOUR SIGNATURE RING STYLE? STORY, PAGE 33 Q ARE YOU A DOG PERSON OR A CAT PERSON? STORY, PAGE 23 Q WHAT’S YOUR GO-TO GYM WORKOUT? STORY, PAGE 51 Q DOES THE WORD DENTIST FILL YOU WITH FEAR? STORY, PAGE 66Q Q DO YOU NORMALLY VOTE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES? STORY, PAGE 86 WE WANT YOUR TAKE! TO WEIGH IN ON FUTURE TOPICS, FOLLOW US @oprahmagazine COCKTAIL RING: COURTESY OF ALEXIS BITTAR. DAINTY RING: COURTESY OF AURATE.…