racism

Where Would We Be?

  At my college, I am a member of the African Student Association (ASA). It is basically a group of African kids or people who are interested in Africa and it’s culture who get together and enjoy food, music, and other like-minded people. We have a group message and everyday we have a question of […]

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I’m Not Mad. Are You?

I’m sure that if you walk out into the street and ask 10 random people to state a stereotype about black women, everyone one of them would say that black women are always angry. Frankly, I don’t know where this stereotype came from because I’m not angry, and I know a lot of black women […]

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What Makes A Black Woman?

While trying to fit the beauty standards that society has for women in general, some black women sometimes find themselves also trying to fit the beauty standards of what a black women should look like. What does a real black women look like? Africans are more genetically diverse than other populations, so how is it […]

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Your Black Is Beautiful

In a country that constantly reminds black women that they are not good enough or worthy of love, you would think that the black man would be there to support, to cherish, to appreciate black women. You thought wrong. Turns out some black men don’t really like black women. In this day and age, some […]

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Don’t Touch My Hair

  I don’t know who told white people that it was okay to stick their hands into other people’s hair, but it needs to stop. I am willing to bet a large sum of money that if you ask any black woman on the street she will tell you that someone has either asked to touch […]

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