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TikTokers you should follow if you're actively deconstructing internal white supremacy

If you're reading this, you're probably interested in anti-racism and actively doing the work, or at least dipping your toe into understanding enough to start the work. What's interesting about this wide world of the interwebs is that there are really really smart people on it, but there are also really, really...uhhh...not so smart people on here as well. Sifting through the not so accurate information and the accurate information can be difficult, especially if you're new to this deconstruction process.

If you have all of the social media apps then I'm sure you have TikTok. If you don't have all of the apps, or are even new to this planet, I'm sure you've heard of TikTok. Millions of people downloaded TikTok at the beginning of the pandemic when we were trapped in our houses with nothing but our families or pets, and our impending doom. In the before times, TikTok was there to make us laugh, but there was a shift in May 2020 when America was standing face to face with racial injustices that cameras and social media have brought glaringly to light.

Due to the social justice awakening, social justice TikTok blew up. For those that are unsure of what I'm talking about, there's no separate TikTok for social justice, it's just the algorithm that pushes those videos in front of you if you interact with that content. The creators of that content started getting more interaction and more followers, because more people were seeking out the knowledge they were sharing. I don't have a very long exhaustive list, but the list is solid and the educators are good.

You will be uncomfortable.

You will be horrified.

You will be in denial.

You will be angry.

You will want to burn down the system.



YOU will be uncomfortable!

Stay anyway. Stay quietly. Write down what you're learning and invest in a good journal to put all those uncomfortable feelings in, but do not go into these spaces and center yourself. If you are a white person, you are a guest in these spaces, which means that as a guest you should respect each individual creators rules for their page, but most of all, you sit, listen, learn and go forth with advocating and challenging oppressive systems.

Alas, here's the list in kind of an order, but not, because that's just how I live my life:

  1. Sunny Dae Jones

  2. Lever the Bassman

  3. Portia Noir

  4. Modern Warrior

  5. Conscious Lee

  6. Tblizzy

  7. Soogia

  8. Eb Ready

  9. Aunt Karen

  10. The Maggpie

  11. The Grey Witch

  12. J.Dkon

  13. Fashionably Political

  14. Double Dee Muva

  15. I Am Kenza Ashley


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