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Facebook’s proposed emoji illustrates yet another glaring blindspot on race

10 Jul 2020

Breaking with Unicode’s guidelines could reinforce a whole new set of stereotypes.

Facebook is at odds with a lot of groups these days—from Congress to Media Matters to people who just dislike hate speech. Now it’s diverging from Unicode, the universal standard bearer for emoji.


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