Black women are struggling to find their voice on the web.
KK Chat is a new chatroom in a new era of online anonymity.
It lets women chat anonymously and quickly, with no registration or password required.
They use the app to post videos of themselves or of other women who are doing the same, and to ask each other questions like “Do you wanna go out tonight?” or “What are you gonna do tonight?” and “How do you feel about it?”
But the new app isn’t going away anytime soon.
KkChat is going to close its doors in July, according to a blog post by Black Lives Matter Chicago, which organized the event.
Black women who’ve used KK since its launch in May, say they’ve been “hateful, depressed, anxious, and lonely.”
The company says the app has raised more than $8,000 through Kickstarter and Indiegogo for its development and marketing efforts.
It has also raised $1.2 million in funding through the GoFundMe campaign.
It’s not clear what exactly will happen to the app once KK is shut down, but the blog post doesn’t provide a timeline.
The site is a safe space for Black women, but it’s not as safe as other online communities like Twitter or Facebook.
“We are not going to disappear, and we are not shutting down,” said KK cofounder, J.M. Kochen.
“But we want to make sure that we are taking care of each other, because we are women.”
KK has seen the app’s success.
The app has over 400,000 active users in just two months, with more than 4,500 in the United States, according Google Trends.
Kokomo, Indiana-based KK was founded in June 2017 by Black women and Latinas and now has over 150,000 users, according the blog.
The KK app allows users to choose from six different themes for a conversation, including “love, friendship, laughter, and fun.”
The app features a “friend list” of black women from around the country.
Users can also choose a topic, like “love”, and set a timer for the conversation to continue.
The conversation then goes on, with the women answering questions from the KK user list.
“A lot of women just want to have a safe, supportive space where they can connect, have conversations, and express themselves,” said Black Lives Matters Chicago cofounder J.B. Kuchen, who also runs the Black Lives Everywhere Project.
“There is no way that we can do this without Black women.
They have the power, and they are taking it to the next level.”
The Kokomos app is one of the few places that Black women can use to share information about black issues.
“I am so proud to be a part of this movement,” said Amber Jackson, one of KK’s cofounders.
“This is the first time that Black and Brown women can be able to connect online.
Black and Latinas are the only people who can talk to each other about black and Latino issues.”
But the app is far from a perfect solution.
For example, it doesn’t allow users to add women of color as friends, and users have complained that the app doesn’t take into account how many times people have told the app that they are not interested.
The company is looking into how to improve KK, Kucen said.
“Black and Latino women have a lot of issues, and our app is about connecting,” he said.
But the community that KK serves is growing at a rapid pace.
In the past year, KK had more than 1,000 new users and over 6,000 in-app friends, according Facebook data.
In June, Kinko’s app reached a record 2 million users and 3.5 million in-game friends.
Black Lives Now, a nonprofit that focuses on helping people of color in the U.S. and around the world, has also been working to expand KK.
In April, Kuken, the founder of Black LivesNow, said that Black Lives Plus, the app he cofounded in 2011, was gaining more users every month.
But it’s unclear how many new users are coming in from KK or Kinkos new users, and whether the app will continue to grow.
Kinkon, which is the largest Kink app company in the country, is owned by Kucenic.
Kikkon, the largest private Kink company in North America, had about 2 million active users last year.
In October, Kikkos revenue grew about 3% to $6.2 billion.
Black lives, however, are getting the most attention, Kinchen said.
There are more Black women than ever, but Black women have traditionally been the targets of hate speech online