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Vice’s Gender Spectrum Collection is billed as a “stock photo library featuring images of trans and non-binary models that go beyond the clichés.”
Black Women Photographers has more than 1,500 members in 60 countries. The organization supports and highlights the work of black women and non-binary photographers. Founder Polly Irungu was in the Entrepreneurial Journalism Creators Program I direct at CUNY. (We just welcomed our 6th cohort!) She’s since become a White House photography editor. Read about her. #HireBlackWomenPhotographers
Flickr’s Women of Color in Tech photos are available free under a Creative Commons license.
Humaaans has a gorgeous diverse collection of illustrations by Pablo Stanley, artist and CEO of Blush. Blush hosts a growing library of free illustrations you can customize. Adjust characters’ poses or change the background, then download your customized visuals.
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