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Subject: Miss Teen USA 2016


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Original Rican
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Date Posted: 04:56:29 06/06/20 Sat

I have not followed Miss Teen USA in over 10 years. However, I was just reading that Miss Teen USA 2016 used the N word numerous times on social media prior to her crowning. Yet, she was allowed to keep her crown. Excuse me? She is a role model for teens and Miss universe allowed her to remain? Whats the back story?

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[> Subject: From what I remember, she used the “n” word a few years prior to her winning Miss Teen USA (I didn’t get her win @ all, BTW. She was very meh to me). After she won is when all that had resurfaced. There was a HUGE discussion on whether or not Karlie should resign or keep her crown.


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Groove
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Date Posted: 10:55:03 06/09/20 Tue


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[> [> Subject: She was 13. She was calling her friends.. hey N.... Like the rap songs. I Unfortunately she did wrote it, and someone has a vendetta against her because her daughter lost. I think they looked at it as a learning experience for the younger girls to try to teach them a lesson on not what to do. Teens thought they were "cool"


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Also if you are young and you hear it in songs and have not been taught that it is wrong.... She was a kid. That is why it is important to EDUCATE...
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Date Posted: 09:39:03 06/10/20 Wed


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[> Subject: Typical example of White privilege and ongoing violence against people of color in this country. White girl uses racial slurs and is rewarded with a national title and a lifetime of ongoing ease and privilege. Meanwhile, Black teens are incarcerated over minor infractions, if not beaten or killed by the police or racist vigilantes. Such a shame.


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Nothing Changes
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Date Posted: 11:12:50 06/11/20 Thu


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