Guess what America, there's a new social crusader in town. And her name is Miley Cyrus. The "Party in the USA" singer and newly-minted activist is speaking out for those who don't have a voice, because they don't even exist yet: emojis of black people.
Yes, there might be gay and lesbian emojis, but the emoji is still basically living in the Jim Crow era. Miley is absolutely right—emojis should be more diverse.
RT if you think there needs to be an #emojiethnicityupdate— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) December 19, 2012
There are emojis of other races, but not black people. America, I thought we were post-racial. At least Hannah Montana is speaking up. [BetaBeat]