>February is officially Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month. While it began in the US, it is officially recognized in Canada as well. It’s a time to remember and celebrate various Black talent across different industries and platform. And in that spirit, we want to focus on one particular social media platform: TikTok.
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♬ Up – Cardi B
Black creatives have played a vital role in creating iconic cultural moments. They’re using TikTok to showcase everything from Black hair, to social justice, to financial advice and jokes to keep us in good spirits during difficult times.
If you want to know about some of these creators, we’ve got you covered. Check out the following Black content creators, who are based in our very own Toronto.
Activist / Educational Creators
@yomrants– BLM education and “queen” of unpopular opinionsComedy Creators
@bomanizer – Comedic reality TV video [email protected] – Caribbean comedyDance Creators
@basementgang – Trio of dance [email protected] – Freestyle choreographerMusic Creators
@sincerelyexmiranda – Rap and funky hip [email protected] – Acapella and cover singerBeauty Creators
@edenthefoodie – Cultural food recipesFamily/Parenting Creators
@officialrushfam Looking to support Black owned businesses in the GTA? Check out our list here.
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