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"I love sharing content on my social media. I have to genuinely laugh at it, think about it, or just plain out be confused about it. That’s when I know to post it. "- @alonzolerone

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Alonzo Lerone. 
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“That experience really changed my life and it made me the person I am today. I look back on that and I’m like 'If God can get me through cancer he can get me through anything'. My faith is so strong because I kept it focused on him my whole life.” - @theblasianboss

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Tia. 
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"I always want to be true to who I am because it’s my heritage. Even if it’s not the most beautiful, it’s history and my family history. Beauty is how you make people feel about themselves. Beauty is not makeup or clothes or how thin you are." - @naptural85

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Naptural85. 
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As a part of our #BlackHistoryMonth celebration, we're shining a spotlight on some of our favorite up-and-coming black creators. Click the link in our bio for this week's 'Ones to Watch' playlist. #CreateBlackHistory
"To look the way that I do is already a very radical act. To walk out into the world and be like, 'Yo, I feel great right now. You're going to accept this and you're going to love it and be about it,' that's a huge, radical, powerful act to me. And it took me a very long time to get to that point. I want to tell more young girls that it's okay to not be feminine.” - @itsarifitz

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Ari Fitz. 
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"Well, I played dolls with my daughter every day. Being a stay-at-home mom married to an E-5, we could not afford all the dolls and accessories that came with them. So I started making them. After a while, I decided to upload some of my crafts on YouTube, and from that point people really took interest. That was about five years ago." - @myfroggystuff

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is My Froggy Stuff. 
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"When I did my impression for Obama in the Oval Office, it wasn’t so much what he said as much as it was what he did. Mid-impression he suddenly turns to the camera and cracked this big smile and pointed at me then said to the camerawoman, “Are you getting this?? Come here, you gotta get this.” That was the best moment hands down." - @alphacat

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Alpha Cat. 
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“My video content usually is very positive and very open-minded. It’s also about loving yourself and maybe even loving those who don’t love you back.” - @miles_jai

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Miles Jai.

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As a part of our #BlackHistoryMonth celebration, we're shining a spotlight on some of our favorite up-and-coming black creators. Click the link in our bio for this week's 'Ones to Watch' playlist. #CreateBlackHistory
"I started making videos about growing up bi-racial, my difficulties with dressing how I wanted to dress and my steps towards coming out. I didn’t realize that so many people could relate to it." - @amberscloset

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Ambers Closet. 
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"I’ll never forget in standardized tests, that horrific question of “Please select one of the following options to describe your ethnic background. I don’t consider myself African American, because I’m African Brazilian. My go-to choice was always “Other.” From second grade onward, I considered myself the “Other.” - @jo_franco

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is Jo Franco. 
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"I’m from a Caribbean household and in my household, we just keep it real. We don’t fake the funk. You know, my mom always told us to just be you and don’t care what other people think of you, just express yourself the way you want to express yourself, be comfortable in your own skin." - @latoyaforever

All month long we're celebrating the black creator community who continue to #CreateBlackHistory. Today's featured creator is LaToya Forever. 
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