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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MONIQUEHOLLOWAY
46.7% of moniqueholloway's followers are female and 53.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.70%. The average number of likes per post is 69 and the average number of comments is 6.
27.27% of the followers that engaged with moniqueholloway regularly are from United States, followed by Italy at 9.09% and France at 8.08%. In summary, the top 5 countries of moniqueholloway's posts engager are coming from United States, Italy, France, Australia, Russian Federation.
Moniqueholloway loves posting about Modeling, Fashion.
Check moniqueholloway's audience demography. This analytics report shows moniqueholloway's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MONIQUEHOLLOWAY
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF MONIQUEHOLLOWAY
- Beauty & Fashion 85.29 %
- Photography 48.36 %
- Business & Careers 48.21 %
- Books and Literature 47.25 %
- How-to & Style 46.06 %
- Art & Design 45.89 %
- Movies and TV 44.33 %
- Music 43.63 %
- Fitness & Yoga 34.16 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MONIQUEHOLLOWAY
- United States 27.27 %
- Italy 9.09 %
- France 8.08 %
- Australia 6.06 %
- Russian Federation 5.05 %
This was a thought I’ve had & it’s cool to see it in a post 🖤#repost @churchboutique #blm #blackgirlmagic #love #life #quarantinelife #quarantine
Blind Love on repeat 🥀 #blackgirlmagic
Proud to be a #Black // #Indian woman!Worn w/pride, confidence, tho the journey to self acceptance took time. Things begin & stick w/kids. The monkey comments, that my naturally textured hair wasn’t as pretty as theirs, bc “if a flower is pretty why would ur frizz stuff be” The locker room jokes re brown nips. Grew up in mostly white schools (where I met the scholarship & girl of color quota, of my private high-school), several white art classes + extra curriculum programs, entirely white ballet schools (aside from time at Homer Bryant), mostly white church, worked the library of the Alliance Française, &mainly white acting conservatory. A special thx to @stephkief1 for loving me since 2, only seeing my heart/silliness. Blown away my single mom managed to fulfill my ache, to keep up w/the Joneses. But she always told me to be proud, & shine. I knew as a teen, I was earning a seat from passion, but also the underlying self pressure brown ppl often have. To try to overachieve to match. Concern as a kid/teen is fitting in. Was I white enough? Was I black enough? But no mistaking others perception, when tailed, cornered, & closely surrounded by 4 white male cops for drinkin a Coca Cola on the street. Or called a “n*gger b*tch”. No way around it, when someone told me to play their slave girl in the cotton field & them my master, or that I was like a dog that likes to be kicked. Or, “don’t worry, ur not gonna be thrown on the street w/a biscuit.” Separate ppl, btw. An adult told me when I was an adult, that I was diff than their family. “Excuse me?!” I recall distinctly replying. As if I hadn’t heard that in various forms. But my *immediate thought & reply was, “I am an American. I am Monique.” The stories go on.. My name, is Monique Holloway. I am not a thing, an experiment, or someone to judge or look down upon. I am a woman with a soul, a ton of ideas, & a lot of love to provide family, friends, even strangers. +that special someone. I have dreams, & a heart that beats. Races when I’m afraid, angry, excited, inspired. Or, the rare times I find myself in love. Not so diff, after all? 💃🏽#blackgirlmagic #blm #blacklivesmatter #beauty #melaninpoppin #melanin
Can’t help but observe what ppl in my sphere are posting/not posting, during this time. It’s a personal choice, but one I notice. Was impressed w/this caption by @alexander_dimitrijevic - one of the most brutally honest I’ve seen, aside from those in the blk community. & he made use of my word of the yr: *EMPATHY. It read: “Lots of powerful imagery out there, this one really got to me. Feel uncomfortable posting, at the same time it’s important for people like me to feel uncomfortable. Check myself and all my prejudices. I need to be more empathetic. I need to listen. I need to do better at looking at the world from other people’s points of view. I need to do my best to put myself in that mans shoes, and see what it must feel like to raise a kid in a community where the cops point guns at dads and babies. Cause for me and my white privilege that doesn’t happen. I have to wake the fuck up.” — Damn. (Chastise me later for putting your words on blast, but looking in the mirror, & deep within our hearts, is where it begins, & what it’s all about. Bravo darlin’.)👌🏽✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 #blm #blacklivesmatter #justice #peace #protest #revolution #equality #georgefloyd #empathy #mentalhealth #activism #raiseyourvoice #silenceisviolence #blackgirlmagic #blackmen #blackwomen #truth #blackpower #black #community #change
Words during this time, from Ilyasah Shabazz & Bernice King- daughters of Malcom X & Martin Luther King. • There are so many things I want to share with my white sisters & brothers. So many things to keep you motivated alongside. At this moment, all I want to say is that with everything you are watching, know that the riots & peaceful protests alike, come from a deep seeded place of pain. That should not have to be in our hearts. This is a time the black community is letting out anger & frustration on such a human & emotional level. That is SO palpable- but often having to be suppressed. A giant cry for JUSTICE & EMPATHY. The only thing you can do to understand somewhat, is to ask for the stories in daily life. Of all generations. To not be afraid to ask your black friends to understand their depths. Go online & read forums of what we are feeling now, & remind yourself of our history in America. Imagine how *tired & fed up, this community is.. You may have subconsciously thought that things were left in times of slavery or MLK. The voices that are now reverberating, tell you that though the injustice is often hushed— you hear the product of what we’re still enduring. You see that we are telling you it is not over. What you saw in George Floyds death, happens EVERYDAY. That is what we are attempting to tell you. *I am telling you I quiet my voice, to fit in. No more. There is almost a 🔥 in our bellies in the reality that we had to see what is feared in that video. And that YOU got to see it. There is no excuse for you now. Put yourself into our shoes the best you can, which will not come by assuming you merely know what is right & wrong. Will take work for you to get close to empathizing with something you’ll never experience. But do the work so that your voices are strong next to ours. Because we do appreciate the support, so much. Let’s come together & continue on this fight for equality. -Monique 🤍✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 #freedom #peace #unity #justice #love #protest #voice #georgefloyd #community #blackgirlmagic #blackamericans #blacklivesmatter #blm
For a woman typically with words within reach, I have been quiet. I’ve been reflective, I have been angry, saddened. & observant. It should not have taken such a visual, of George Floyd in distress, for attention to be placed firmly upon what has been occurring in variations- for 400 years. But in an age of video flurry + imagery, perhaps now, the word “ENOUGH” will carry its definition. Every black person has stories of discrimination. Lives with wariness of bias & subconscious/conscious pain. I have mine, & thoughts of someone ironically in Minnesota. I think of how my mother & I hurt. Wondering what their mother, who deemed me less than because of the color of my skin, for years, is feeling. Is the agony recognized, or is judgement percolating & concern misplaced, dismissed. But, it is that bitterness, that is liable of causing the change not to come, but remain stagnant. Stop the looting, keep raising your voice for what is right. And make evident what is wrong. I have a heart for business owners, & it makes no sense to detract from the focus. Let us utilize our voices & innate strengths. ARTISTS: Create, create. WRITERS: Put everything your soul feels right now, on paper. Write till your fingers are sore. JOURNALISTS/PODCASTS/RADIO: Speak & do not stop addressing the matters at hand. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Capture the faces of individuals that want equality & justice for themselves & their families, friends, or children. ENTREPRENEURS: Find solutions that benefit our community. DOCTORS/HEALTHCARE WORKERS: Push for an equal healthcare system by proposing initiatives (I have an idea💡) TEACHERS: Have your students hear your hearts. Educate them about our history. The struggle but also *the successes*. LAWYERS: Fight with your words. INFLUENCERS: You have captive audiences, often young folk. Use your platform with vigor now, but beyond when our plight is trending. BUSINESS OWNERS: Give percentage to support our causes. POLITICIANS: Listen, to the torment, the affliction, & the cries. And if you are someone that is currently having a difficult time understanding, it is ok.. turn to someone that would be willing to earnestly explain. Or, #Google| #georgefloyd 🖤
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