The #BlackGirlMagic clapback Linda wasn’t ready for

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On Monday, ELLE magazine published an op-ed by writer Linda Chavers criticizing the #BlackGirlMagic movement, but by Wednesday, Twitter wasn’t having it.linda-honey

Besides dragging her article, timelines were flooded with praises of black women and clarification of the hashtag’s real meaning.

Well, it seems like most of us got the point. To support black girl magic check out the original creator who made the hashtag popular @thepbg


Educator, poet, Tex-Mex addict, and carefree black girl, Jessica is a DC native and current Houston resident. She is passionate about dismantling systemic inequality, particularly in schools. She also looks forward to publishing a few of her upcoming poetry projects.