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Amazing STEM heroes of #BlackWomenDidThat

Amazing STEM heroes of #BlackWomenDidThat Twitter woke up this morning to a wonderful appreciation of #Blackgirlmagic, cataloguing centuries of achievements by black women with the hashtag #BlackWomenDidThat Currently, only 1 in 10 science or engineering jobs go to black women (despite being the most educated demographic overall, according to the National Center for Education Statistics).But every day, more and more women break through the ranks.

These are the most-tweeted emojis from anti-Trump protests

These are the most-tweeted emojis from anti-Trump protests The raised fist emoji was also prominent in #BlackLivesMatter tweets.Introduction of new emojis often have something to do with bringing about greater societal representation—like the redhead emoji and the interracial couple, for example.

People with disabilities destroy stigma on Twitter with #DisabledAndCute

People with disabilities destroy stigma on Twitter with #DisabledAndCute News flash: You can have a disability and be cute — and a new hashtag is putting people who think otherwise on notice.The hashtag #DisabledAndCute is bringing fun yet radical body positivity to people with disabilities on Twitter, encouraging the community to share photos of themselves that make them feel attractive or adorable.

Politician's baffling quote about hashtags gets the mocking it deserves

Politician's baffling quote about hashtags gets the mocking it deserves Home Secretary Amber Rudd has called for tech companies that provide "completely unacceptable" end-to-end encrypted messaging services to work with law enforcement.Rudd's interview with BBC's Andrew Marr Show came after reports that the Westminster Bridge attacker, Khalid Masood, had sent a WhatsApp message prior to the incident that cannot be accessed because it was encrypted.