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Racist Tweets Get Printed On Billboards at Posters' Neighborhoods, Gabrielle Union Tweets About It

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  • A brazilian organization named 'Criola' that "works to defend black women rights, in a cross and integrated perspective"has started the campaign, "Virtual racism, real consequences," which consists of placing billboards with racist comments on the internet close to the poster's neighborhood.

  • Though, the poster's personal information is blurred at the billboard: "We omit names and faces of the authors because we have no intention of exposing anyone. We just want to educate people so that in future they think about the consequences before posting racist comments."

  • The campaign started after brazilian journalist Maria Júlio Coutinho, the first black weather anchor on Brazil primetime news, got bombard with racist comments on Facebook in July.

  • Picture below, one of the billboards. Obvious racism under the cut.



Article says it relatively translates to "I got home stinking of black people".
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Do you think this should become a trend, ONTD? TYFYA!

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