Which skin-color emoji should you use? According to NPR, “the answer can be more complex than you think.” For example, a white person using the yellow thumbs-up emoji could be a sign that he or she is not thinking about race. Just imagine!
I haven’t seen this level of overthinking since M&Ms announced that they were changing their brand image to highlight the importance of “self-expression” and “gender-balanced leadership teams.” This, they aimed to achieve by changing the shoe design of the two female M&Ms.
Must everything be politicized?
Original Article: https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/yellow-emojis-deny-white-privilege-apparently/?