In terms of cultural and individual merit, until we realize that leading social media sites ought not have a right to square our amour propre, and do something about it, the leaders and administrators behind these sites will continue to ostracize Blacks, other minorities, the poor, and adversaries in ways that fundamentally discounts business ethics and user impartiality. We need our own imposing, disinterested social media platforms to unaffectedly capture the breadth of who we are as formidable people. This is not just the case for social media sites but rather an imbalance across the entire spectrum of traditional, digital, and new media spaces.
Lack Of Highly Competitive Black-Owned Social Media Sites
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