Why I Prefer to Use Black Emoticons

In a compulsory white world, small things can really change both behavior and thinking

Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash

Have you ever noticed that everything by default is white?

If you are a Black American, I am sure you have noticed it. Just take a look at the pensively white emoticon I used here. There was really nothing better on Unsplash so, as…

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