What’s really good with these YouTube apology videos? Seriously.
Pretending to care about #BlackLivesMatter is not it. Enough is enough.
If you’ve been on any form of social media you might have peeped some uplifting videos by a lovely Black woman with a soothing voice encouraging you to live your best life. That queen is Tabitha
Imagine you’re 17-years-old, getting ready for prom season. You know that you have prom queen in the bag, but can’t even pull up to get your crown because you’re experiencing a mental breakdown. Head
There’s more to just posting on the gram, so who’s an influencer? Pharaoic tells us how he amassed over 3 million followers across platforms.
Zena Sativa is a major advocate for self-care because she feels the more you are caring and treating yourself, the stronger your “self-love” is.
A belief that the internet has created a level playing field for all ethnic backgrounds, crumbles quickly when we face this study.
Is your dream job to be an influencer and have companies have you represent their brand? Dote will do that as long as you don’t call out their racism.
We are officially living in the age of attention and monetization and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.
Social media is a beautiful tragedy.