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About Ebonee

Ebonee is a fashion model, poet, actor and activist living in Los Angeles, California.

Over the last four years Ebonee has become one of the fashion industry's most prominent voices, advocating for representation and diversity in front of the camera as well as behind it. In 2017, after penning an open letter to the fashion industry illuminating the importance of representation, Ebonee was asked to do a TED Talk at the University of Nevada on the topic of systemic bias in fashion which she titled "Black Girl Magic in the Fashion Industry". 


About Ebonee

Ebonee is a fashion model, poet, actor and activist living in Los Angeles, California.

Over the last four years Ebonee has become one of the fashion industry's most prominent voices, advocating for representation and diversity in front of the camera as well as behind it. In 2017, after penning an open letter to the fashion industry illuminating the importance of representation, Ebonee was asked to do a TED Talk at the University of Nevada on the topic of systemic bias in fashion which she titled "Black Girl Magic in the Fashion Industry". 

DAUGHTER 

A not-for-profit, educational organization dedicated to unifying children of the diaspora.

We provide sponsorships for scholars, who seek to expand their narrative and reconnect with their roots. The Home Going experience hones in our "Birth Right" philosophy, which is the birth given privilege to have access to our ancestry. 

When Ebonee decided to head to Ghana in late 2020, she could not have guessed how much it would change her. 

“As a black person living in America, I’ve often felt disconnected from a sense of identity, or I’ve felt like I’ve had to take on an identity that was given to me,” she says. “Our culture prior to slavery was unknown to me; it was erased. I wanted to go back to the motherland, so I could begin to put the pieces together and discover for myself.” 

Now back in Los Angeles, Davis has become mother and founder of DAUGHTER, sponsoring travel for scholars of the who African diaspora who wish to expand their narrative. “More than anything, I want to be a catalyst for healing, and I think these images are a start,” says Davis. 
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