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Rihanna says, “Tell your friends to pull up”

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By Shayler Richmond


Our resident savage bad girl gave an acceptance speech at the Image Awards that set the tempo for all of 2020 and it’s only February (meaning Black History month is extended till further notice); “Tell your friends to pull up,” now has a much deeper meaning and it’s time we all learn it and apply it, so pull up and tell your friends to pull up; let’s educate ourselves on how to be supportive and empower one another.

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A cultural strategist dedicated to true and authentic storytelling; he explores personal and interpersonal connections — focused on marginalized identities to advance social and economic equity and build strong communities.
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