Are gifs being used to disseminate racist stereotypes in cyberspace?
Why are memes of black people reacting so popular online?
The article never uses the word blackface, nor does it question Munkacsy on his use of racist and sexist stereotypes, but it does offer some useful insight into the methods and motivations behind instances of digital blackface.
Before apparently disappearing from the internet altogether, Munkacsy gave an interview promoting his e-book, Wanda Exposed, to Kernel, the online magazine founded by a pre-Breitbart Milo Yiannopoulos.
Shafiqah Hudson, a Philadelphia-based writer scam phenomenon back in the mids an article about police brutality. Or just a run-of-the-mill money-making.