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Finally, Interracial Couple Emojis Make Their Debut!

Emojis just became more inclusive than ever. Thanks to the upcoming film “Loving,” people will be able to share emojis featuring couples of all races and genders by using the “Love-Moji” app, as first reported by People. Created by Focus Features, the keyboard extension was inspired by Richard, a white man, and Mildred Loving, a black woman. “Loving,” in theaters on Nov.
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