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Blitter: Black Folk’s Digital Migration

Blitter is the newest social media marketing platform catered to a black audience and a progressive stance on cyber harassment. However, just as soon as the app developed into actuality, Twitter announced it's future changes to their policy on harassment (after a specific niche became targets of the harassment). So, what does this all mean for the future of the blossoming program?

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Girls Trip: An Analysis of the Women Who Redefined Sisterhood & Solidarity

Okay, sue me! I just watched Girls Trip for the first time a few days ago. Now I know I’m late but this movie was a phenomenal representation of the power within Black women friendships. Strength, hardships, solidarity and so much love comes from forming meaningful bonds with other women, and it was so warming to see that exemplified throughout this entire film.

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The #HomegirlCypher

Women of color don’t get enough credit for being powerful and courageous, so let’s challenge that by sharing our strength. With the #HomegirlCypher, we as women will be able to celebrate and highlight the achievements of women of color connected to hip hop in some way and who are otherwise not represented positively and powerfully in the media.

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Fishbowl Bohemia in the Hip Hop Industry

It’s the idea that everything you do is under some watchful, judgmental eye and that no matter what you do you will never escape. Not only is your every victory undermined by those around you, but your every fault or trip is magnified across dozens of anonymous conversations.

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