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Mitchell says the story underscores her warnings about digital vote suppression aimed at Black people ahead of Nov. What particularly bothers Mitchell and other Black feminists is that many of these campaigns co-opt the language and images of Black women to manipulate Black voters. She notes that fake accounts pretending to be Black women, some by foreign actors and some by other Americans, spend years gaining trust by crafting online identities and followings. The goal is to make sure they have enough of a following before the shift to disseminate the disinformation. Shafiqah Hudson , a critical race scholar and writer, notes that as the election grows closer, misogynoir has been on the rise. In fact, she says, these social media campaigns are just the descendants of propaganda historically used in the United States before tech platforms were born.
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Black women are being targeted in misinformation campaigns, a report shows. Here’s what to know.
Rumor and contemporary legend theory allows reinterpretation of rumors as a measure of trust between the African American public and health professionals, not as evidence of ignorance or of historical racial oppression. Despite major advances in knowledge about the HIV virus, modes of transmission, and treatments that can reduce viral load and extend life, the spread of HIV among African Americans, especially African American men who have sex with men, has remained stubbornly resistant to interventions. As of , These relationships, however, work only if people trust the sources of official information.
But no one can yet say exactly why — or how to fix the problem. It's probably not behavior: Studies indicate that African American women have fewer sexual partners and are more likely to use condoms than white women from similar economic backgrounds. And they are not members of the highest-risk demographic: gay and bisexual men.
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