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jaidedctrl wrote (edited )

kinda has a point? it does sort of remove the humanity from a photo, making it slightly worse propaganda— but also privacy and saftety's important, you need to balance the two, and…

Between the rise of the phrase “fake news” and the idea of institutions carrying a specific bias against one side or another, blurring Black bodies would give credence to these criticisms. Not only would readers trust these news organizations less, the organizations themselves would be abiding by rules that toss journalistic standards out the window

nvm fuck this guy

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cadence wrote

But I beg to ask, has anyone actually spoken to protesters who are out there about what they are hoping to accomplish and how they would like to be viewed?

Have you? lmao

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MC_Cookies wrote

i want people to put others in danger because i NEED to see their faces in order to realize that maybe black people shouldn't get killed by police

-This guy, probably

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