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Now you can add a captions sticker in Stories (coming soon to Reels) that automatically turns what you say into text.
We’re starting in a handful of countries and hope to expand soon4R
“I want to inspire other Southeast Asian Americans to be themselves and not be confined to the media’s underrepresentation of our experiences and identities.” ❤️
17-year-old fashion creator Slayden Ader ✨
1/5 The CV-19 situation in India is devastating. My thoughts are with our Indian community, including our teams there. For those like me outside the country who have family or friends in India, it seems like everyone knows someone who is impacted now. It breaks my heart.
“As Black women we’ve been taught so long that we have to be strong...that it can be self-destructive. It’s about time we break that cycle.” 🖤 @StephanieYeboahh
Our series My Black Joy is nominated for@TheWebbyAwardss ✨
You can vote here:wbby.co/soc-codivMm
“It’s possible because my people fought for it.”
Growing up in the Amazon is a privilege for @SumakHelena, environmental and Indigenous rights defender.
And there’s more to be done to protect it, but this #EarthDay she’s also hopeful.
“For a long time, there was this set idea of what an environmentalist was, and people of color didn’t really see themselves in that narrative.”
For #EarthDay, @climatediva is sharing truths — and tips on how to ditch fast fashion ✨
“What’s important to me...is trying to leave the Moroccan touch and present my culture to the world.” ❤️
See how filmmaker and photographer El Mostafa Irgui is celebrating #Ramadaninstagram.com/p/CN5ObFDsYsx/
“I’ve heard a lot of stereotypes that Ramadan is a month where Muslims suffer a lot and I can assure you that we don’t. Ramadan is a month of joy, love and warmth.”
Musician and student Tasneem Elaidy on what #Ramadan means to her ✨❤️ 💫
New stickers designed by @Alonglastname ✨Add them to your story to show support for the COVID-19 vaccine.
When you do, a special ring will show up on your story and it’ll get added to a shared story for #WorldHealthDay
"The pandemic is not over yet, but I promise you it will end. It will not be like this forever."
Infectious disease epidemiologist @jessicamalaty on the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine when it's available to you ❤️