And How to Choose a More Accurate Emoji Skin Tone
First, I am grateful to Black folks who model courage, fierceness, and unapologetically speak up even when it’s uncomfortable.
This piece is for people who understand that:
Any color can uphold white supremacy, that colorism exists within BIPoC communities, and that being Latina/o/e/x doesn’t equate to being of color.
If you, the reader, doesn’t agree with these statements, then this article may feel like an attack.
Over the summer, I was scrolling through social media and saw that someone whom I see as a light-brown Latina used the dark-brown emoji…
Zapotec mom and entrepreneur