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32 #AfrosBreakTheInternet tweets that represent how magical natural hair is

"Can't break the internet, but let me crack ya screen."

We see representations of white beauty ALL the time. Especially on the Internet. However, recently in the Twittersphere, many beautiful black men and women took a stand as if to say, “It’s our turn, now.” It is fabulous to see great dialogue about shrinkage, hair journeys, and radical self love.

This mainly took place June 30th, but we still have a few more #afrosbreaktheinternet from today and yesterday. It’s never too late. Without further ado, here are thirty-two of the best tweets of #afrosbreaktheinternet:

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Maya Williams

Maya Williams

Maya Williams is an MSW and Applied Arts & Social Justice Candidate at the University of New England. She has published content on sites such as INTER, AltFem Magazine, Black Girl Nerds, and The Mixed Remixed Festival. In her spare time, she enjoys writing and teaching poetry, watching movies, and watching musicals.

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