5 Emojis White People Use To Gaslight BIPOC Online

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We all know having any sort of debate on social media is pointless. But the rise of social media gave a platform for BIPOC to finally share our own experiences and to attempt to control our own narratives. That power is threatening to folks who have a vested interest in maintaining the…

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Sharonda Harris-Marshall

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is a filmmaker, photographer, and digital media artist living a stereotypical artist life. She could have been a doctor or a scientist, but here we are.

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