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Miss USA Had To Remind Herself That She Was Beautiful. Because Racism.

After Deshauna Barber was crowned Miss USA, racist trolls flooded social media to discredit her June 5 win and taunt the black Army Reserve Officer. Barber spoke with The Huffington Post earlier this week about willing herself to rise above the hostility. She told HuffPost Black Voices senior editor Lilly Workneh that she was initially shocked by the cyber hate, much of which included racially driven comments on her appearance.
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