Clare Brown is going viral on TikTok right now, and she’s being praised by internet users for educating the world about racial microaggressions.

Last week, Kory Yeshua, a TikTok user with almost 300,000 followers blew up on social media after he sat down with his young daughter and opposed critical race theory in a heartwarming video.

Now, there’s another creator who’s gone viral after educating the world on racism and discrimination. Who is Clare Brown?

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Who is Clare Brown?

Clare Brown, or @clarabellecwb as she’s known online, is a TikTok user who’s going viral right now.

The 35-year-old from Central Virginia has 183,000 followers and a total of 8.7 million likes.

She only launched her account in February, but her comedic skits have taken TikTok by storm.

She makes comedic skits about racial migroaggressions

Clare is known for taking comedic skits about racial microaggressions.

Her videos focus on reversing the roles of racism and showing what it would be like if white people experienced the discrimination that ethnic minorities do on a daily basis.

She came up with the idea last year during the Black Lives Matter protests and told The New York Times:

“I noticed there were so many amazing Black creators talking about their experience, talking about their perspective I think that message fell flat to white people.”

Clare’s success comes down to the fact that her videos are comedic, but they also spread a very important message.


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TikTok reacts to Clare Brown

Clare’s videos are always met with loads of support, and she’s developed a loyal following on TikTok.

One fan commented: “Your videos are a masterclass for understanding white privilege.”

“You’re bringing to light so many things I’ve never thought about and so many privileges woven into society that go unchecked. Thank you for educating,” said another.

A third person wrote: “Please keep doing these, it’s so eye opening.”

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