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aleiabrown 5h
Replying to @cjoyalways
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aleiabrown 6h
Replying to @CCG_NoLAGirL47
Yessssss! šŸ’šŸ¾ā€ā™€ļøšŸ’ƒšŸ¾
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Prof ConscientizaĆ§Ć£o 6h
Discourse. Documenting the history as its being made.
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aleiabrown 6h
Replying to @CCG_NoLAGirL47
Please please DM. My work is at the intersection of Black womenā€™s history, material culture, and DH. And these CMIs and robots have been bringing all of those things together in strange and interesting ways.
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aleiabrown 6h
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Youā€™re encouraging me to start tweeting again. šŸ˜Š
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Prof ConscientizaĆ§Ć£o 6h
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Prof ConscientizaĆ§Ć£o 6h
BREAKS IT DOWN. I learn so much from the scholars, scientists, creatives, free thinkers, student voices, activists, and just some all-around cool folx I would kick it with . This, though. It's just...
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Prof ConscientizaĆ§Ć£o 6h
It's 21st century capitalism-sploitation...
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aleiabrown 6h
Replying to @CCG_NoLAGirL47
Right! And sheā€™s not the only one. She just the most popular right now.
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aleiabrown 6h
Replying to @kaefair
Itā€™s so fascinating and really terrifying how we perpetuate oppression in the digital sphere.
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Antidote to Your Racially Infused Bone Broth 7h
A much-needed thread on how CGI-created dark-skinned women are not the representation any brown or Black woman asked for.
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aleiabrown 7h
Replying to @andiesilva
There are SO MANY terrible class websites and story maps šŸ˜±.
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aleiabrown 7h
Replying to @cjoyalways
How do you watch Pose? None of my go-tos are working for season 2.
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Jessica Marie Johnson 8h
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aleiabrown 8h
Replying to @CollardStudies
Representation can only get us so far, and certainly not far enough to change the material reality for dark-skinned Black women.
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aleiabrown 8h
Replying to @CollardStudies
And this is how CGIs and robots illuminate problems with representational politics from a different angle. Everybody wants a deeply melanated Black girl but nobody wants to pay a real deeply melanated Black girl.
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aleiabrown 8h
Replying to @CollardStudies
Also very very very importantā€” Networth is not how I determine value or success. Iā€™m just pointing out networth to demonstrate the ugliness of racial capitalism.
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aleiabrown 8h
Replying to @CollardStudies
Even single Black women with education have a dismal networth. Read the reports.
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aleiabrown 8h
Replying to @CollardStudies
This is incredibly disgusting considering reports note that single Black women (humans) without bachelorā€™s degrees have a net worth of $0 ā€”
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aleiabrown 8h
Replying to @CollardStudies
Thereā€™s apparently growing interest in CGI and robots who are dark-skinned women and they (their white creators) are getting PAID! šŸ¤‘
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