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.
There are emojis of other races, but not black people. Hannah Montana is speaking up. [BetaBeat]