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Are Black Owned Social Media Platforms the Future?? Flow Thinks So

podcast May 20, 2021 1


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On season 4 episode 4, our cohost sat down with the creators of the social media app Flow to talk about their mission, inspiration, and expectations for the app. Flow is a Black-Owned, upcoming social media app where anyone can have fun and feel welcome. After seeing censorship and biased acts of ‘Shadow-banning’ take place, without appeal, Flow knew it was time for a change. Flow recognized that black creators were creating dances and trends without getting recognized for it, and they believed it was time for a change.

Thank you for supporting Black Girls in Media the Podcast. You can keep up with our cohost Danteé, Kelly, and Shelby on Instagram at @danteesinferno, @itskellyray, and @shelbsdsmith. Also, make sure you are following the official Black Girls in Media Podcast Instagram. Twitter, and TikTok at @bgimpodcast.

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