The Black female voices
Part 1.Fab Socialism
Hi this Fred from IVisible

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I have worked on a series about Black female youtubers who are to me worth learning from.

Hence the first Youtuber of the Serie is Fab Socialism

She is very articulate, organised, able to quote and create a good atmosphere. It is easy to understand her point of view without feeling threaten by her ideas or any of her arguments

Her sense of humour is uplifting and respectful which is a breath of fresh air in todays constant search for sensationalism. That makes her entertaining and credible.

indeed, there are not many unlikeable or annoying features that could let the viewers think twice before watching.
Although some of her videos are long but this again is a plus to me because I love hearing her talking about what she cares about.
She is very pretty and smooth talking which makes the message easy to remember.
Finally, the quality of her editing skills or the person who manages her editing is excellent.
That is all for me today, I hope you did enjoy this video and let me know what you think of Fab Socialism in the comment section.
Thanks for listening and see you in the next video!


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