Twitter launches emojis for Indigenous History Month and Pride Month

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Twitter has rolled out new emojis to coincide with Indigenous History Month and Pride Month, which each happen in June.

With respect to the previous, Twitter has tapped Chippewa/Potawatomi artist and member of the Rama First Nation Chief Lady Bird (@chiefladybird) to design Indigenous-themed emojis. These will unlock everytime you tweet one of many following hashtags:

Meanwhile, a Pride flag will be generated whenever you tweet utilizing #Pride, #AlwaysProud and #Pride2021.

Image credit score: National Association of Friendship Centres

Source: Twitter (1), (2)

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