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White Instagram Influencers Have Created a New Form of Blackface

Digital media has spawned a pervasive, elusive performance that’s dangerous to Black culture

TThey say that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” an idea that posits that emulation is rooted in a subconscious desire to be someone else and is done in good faith. While the first may be…




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Tre Vayne

Tre Vayne

I am a writer, content creator, and comedian based in Los Angeles. Big fan of food, philosophy, and reality TV.

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