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We All Know Someone Like Nicki Minaj

To Nicki Minaj, even racists like Tucker Carlson can seem like allies so long as they are defending the same people — namely, her.

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During the summer a number of high-profile Black musicians and professional athletes either voiced skepticism or skirted questions about receiving the covid-19 vaccine. Rapper Busta…




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Kimberly Joyner

Kimberly Joyner

I write about American politics, current events, and gender/feminism in TV and film. Based in Atlanta, GA. Email: kimberlyjoyner87@gmail.com

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