I Look White To Many. I’m Black. This Is What White People Say To Me.

I Look White To Many. I’m Black. This Is What White People Say To Me.

As the nation begins, finally, to focus on the social injustice that takes place across this country — from the South where I grew up to the North where I’ve lived for the past 22 years ― I feel the collective pain. Even as a very fair-skinned Black woman with green eyes and light brown hair, I, too, have experienced racism. But I’ve also been a fly on the wall when white people didn’t know anyone of color was looking or listening. The author is a fair-skinned Black woman who has been a fly on the wall when white people don’t know anyone of color is looking or listening. Read full article by Cheryl Green Rosario here

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