Light skin BasketBall Wives | Jackie Christie’s Darkism against her dark skin daughter

Light skin BasketBall Wives | Jackie Christie’s Darkism against her dark skin daughter



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Everybody wants to know who is Rashida Strober and what’s this dark skin thing she started? Well, Rashida Strober, the world’s first and only dark skin activist is the first woman in history to create a movement only for dark skin. Rashida Strober is the creator, the originator, the architect of the first platform in history for dark skin. She created this dark skin platform in the year 1998 and called it “dark skinned activism” and called herself “the dark skin activist”. Since 1998 Rashida Strober, the world’s first and only dark skin activist built the dark skin activist platform into a global brand:

RASHIDA STROBER IS THE ORIGINATOR/CREATOR/ARCHITECT OF THE DARK SKIN PLATFORM:

• Rashida Strober is the first black woman and dark skinned woman to make her dark skin the focal point of her career
• 1998 Rashida gave birth to dark skin activism with a speech about the dark skin model Alek Wek given at saint Petersburg College
• 1998 to 2005 Rashida served as activist in her community while continuing to develop creative works around only dark skin
• 2006 Rashida created the dark skin activist tour featuring her one woman play about dark skin which is the first of its kind called, A dark skin woman’s revenge
• 2009 Rashida built the first dark skin website
• 2009 Rashida brought the first dark skin platform to social media by creating the first channel for dark skin on YouTube and social media
• 2012 Rashida created the first dark skin show that focused only on the issues of dark skin called A dark skin woman’s revenge
• 2011 Rashida created the concept/ paradigm of darkism and wrote and published the book Darkism: 25 ways dark skin people are discriminated against in 2016. The book can be found at Queenofdarkskin.com or Amazon
• In 2013 Rashida wrote the first motivational book for dark skin females called, “ How to be the hottest dark skin chick on the planet” The book can be found at
Queenofdarkskin.com or on Amazon
• 2013 Rashida made history appearing on TV as the first to bring the dark skin platform to the masses by being the first to bring the “bullied for a dark skin girl narrative” to TV
• 2014 Rashida brought dark skin counseling online and has since counseled countless people on colorism and darksim. She is the first person in history to do colorism and darkism counseling
• 2014 Rashida introduced the dark skin activism platform to the Tommy Sotomayor Show which was previously unheard of
• Since 2014 Rashida set the colorism debate standards that all others have followed by being the first to debate countless men and women on social media in regards to colorism and darkism. Youtube Rashida Strober interviews.
• 2015 The dark skin activist brand became famous and known to millions due to the Kendrick Lamar social media post that Rashida wrote in regards to what she viewed as colorism and darkism in his mate selection choice.
• 2015 people all over the world wrote about The dark skin activist, Rashida Strober including The Breakfast Club’s, Charlemagne making Rashida “Donkey of the day” for being the dark skin activist and calling out Kendrick Lamar’s colorism and darkism.
• 2017 Rashida made history as an opponent in the first colorism/ darkism debate with another black woman on Saneter TV
• Rashida Strober is the first artist to focus her work only on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first author to write about only dark skin
• Rashida Strober has written more books on dark skin than anyone in the world
• Rashida Strober has written more plays on dark skin than anyone in the world
• Rashida Strober is the creator of social commentary on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first actress to initiate performances only on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first debater to focus only on darkism and colorism
• Rashida Strober is the creator of the paradigm darkism
• Rashida Strober is the undisputed queen of dark skin as evidenced by a record that stems back to the year 1998.

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  • Ahdalia 724 Miami Reply

    I don't blame you for not dealing with your family I don't deal with mine either.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • DARK SKIN TV rashida strober Reply

    WHO IS RASHIDA STROBER?

    Rashida Strober holds Master’s Degree in Political Science and a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of South Florida. She is a historian of dark skinned women in popular culture and a darkism social theorist focusing her work exclusively on dark skin. She created this work, which is the first of its kind. Rashida Strober is the first person to create and engage in this type of work, a field previously unheard of before she came along. Rashida Strober is the world’s first dark skin activist and creator of Dark Skin Activism, which is the first platform for dark skin. Rashida is the first woman in history to create a movement for dark skin. She created Dark Skin Activism, the first movement for dark skin, in 1998. Rashida is also the creator of the concept/paradigm “darkism,” which is also the title of her book, Darkism: 25 ways dark skin people are discriminated against. With more books written on dark skin than anyone world-wide, Rashida Strober is the first author, actress, artist and social commentator to focus her work only on dark skin. Rashida stars in her award-winning one woman play, A dark skin woman’s revenge which is also available in book form. To book Rashida, her one-woman play or to purchase books, go to queenofdarkskin.com or email darkskinisbeautifulcampaign@gmail.com.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • fairy princess Reply

    the picture in the thumbnail looks like she is dark skin. Jackie Christie is not light skin she looks in-between brown to dark skin.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Yeah, they won't admit to what they did wrong; that's human nature. My Baba raised me, and I wished they'd never told me he wasn't my birth father since I favor him and everything. I was the youngest when my baba stepped in and stepped up, and didn't remember my mom's first husband who made us like my brother did. Once I was 15 my half siblings reached out to us and my biological father started reaching out too, but he never once apologized for his absence or acknowledged that He was a dead beat. He seemed to think we were good because he knew my mom remarried and was a good mother (like that alleviates him of his responsibilities). He admitted yup always having our numbers and address at the main house even when we were out of the country; he always had access to us and chose not to be involved. I just think he's a sorry dude and have no interest into getting to know somebody like that, so I told my parents they should've just let me think my dad was my birth dad and never told me about the other guy. My brother refused to even speak with him and never mentioned him, so they could've just never told me about him. Had he admitted his fault and actually had some remorse, then I'd probably feel different. It's weird when they say, "I love you" when they don't even KNOW you; I refuse to think you can love a child you abandoned and don't know just because you got busy and made them. Love is ACTION, and a dead beat father's, and in the rare case a dead beat mother's actions say loud and clear they don't give af about their children where it matters most.
    I can't respect people who don't admit to their wrong and understand why you won't allow your relatives in your life to continue adding insult to injury with their denial.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    It seems like Doug just tries to keep the peace with Jackie, so he actually enables her and doesn't want to get in the middle of their issues that were there before he married Jackie the first time when Takari was just a little girl. I wish he'd put his foot down and urge Jackie to have family therapy with her oldest daughter especially and correct Jackie telling her the truth.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Why didn't you live with your dad? Both my parents would get stationed over seas and we'd be left with relatives that just wanted the check, but made us feel like burdens. We weren't even dark skin, but they just resented taking care of us even though they were the ones who offered to take us in. I hate when people mistreat kids like that; I take that shii personally.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    I remember being unable to get in contact with my parents who were stationed in Iraq when I went through homelessness. They were shocked when my phone was off and they couldn't reach me; our relatives were fake trying to act like they were looking out for me, but they found out they left me high and dry.
    My parents fell out with them over that too b/c they've bailed their kids out of jail, kept them from losing their homes paying rent and loaning mortgages, paying towards trade school, etc. but when their 18yr old kid was a struggling student who couldn't make rent after a roommate bailed – they did NOT return the favor.

    My parents were disgusted and hurt too, and to this day their relationship has not been the same with our relatives who out of guilt know not to ask them for anything again; the gravy train was cut off the way they turned their backs on their kids. Now that me and my siblings allhave careers, houses, cars, etc. they want to f'ck with us, but when we were struggling they wanted NOTHING to do with us. Smh

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    I remember my first cousin was mean af and was scratching my sister in her face, so my sister scratched her back up and started fighting back (I was only like 5- 6, so they were like 8- 9). My aunt was like, "Don't be scratching up her pretty red face!" mad af, but my mom was like, "She ain't too good to get back what she dishes out; she started it, and my daughter has light skin showing every mark she puts on her too!"

    I remember even at that age wondering why skin color was even a factor since either way it hurts to be scratched. I knew something was wrong with this light skin obsession, because obviously my aunt thought her child was the better b/c while my sister was yellow, her child was passable pale high yellow and looked racially ambiguous, so she thought that somehow made her more worthy of protection even though she was the mean violent one and my sister the quiet one defending herself. Smh

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    I think all children should be treated with love in families, b/c with them being so impressionable at young ages they get their self-esteem from others until they grow into themselves. Sometimes low self-esteem stays with them subconsciously and never gets addressed/ corrected on into their adulthood.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    Have you seen Toccari and her babies? She lavishes SO much love on her beautiful brown babies giving them what her mom wouldn't. She actually looks a lot like Jackie. She said her father asked for forgiveness and admitted they abandoned her, but Jackie won't admit to it and try to fix it.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    When even the light skin one was emotional and talking to Laura about how she witnessed her mom treat her sister and the way it affected them and Chantel claiming her mom pitched them against each other. It was hurtful to watch. She rejected her child b/c of her color and weight. Who does this to their own child intentionally! That's why she wouldn't raise her and let her live with them. Chantel was right; it was disgusting the way she's treated that pretty young lady.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • justmeOnly1me Reply

    3:4010:45 Intro (history, bio summary, and plagiarism statement).
    10:50 Commentary starts.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • Lola Rogers Reply

    It’s interesting how just bc someone told your cousin she’s beautiful etc. you began feeling insecure because you weren’t told that. When I was 14 we moved to a church. I’m light skin, and almost every Sunday someone would come up to me tell me how beautiful I was and compliment my hair etc. this one dark skin girl could not stand me and made the other dark ones not like me and I didn’t know why or how it started but now that you’re saying this it makes sense. At that age I knew nothing about colorism. She couldn’t stand ppl complimenting me and I’m just realizing that because of what you’re saying. But why does that make you insecure?

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • Soniya Reply

    Prince harry married a half black woman this weekend. Though she’s lightskinned And mixed it’s still a very big deal over here as the royal family is white. What’s your views on this rashida? Will this step end racism? The whole wedding was full of people of colour. The violinist/ reverend/ choir were all black/ dark skinned. I think it’s a step in the right direction but don’t know if you’re against interracial marriage ?

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • Sanchez Sanchezz Reply

    Wow 10 minutes of boasting about her self lol and I forgot what I was supposed to be watching

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • Tamera Lynn Reply

    What happened to the Michael Jackson one??

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • The 3rd Reich Never Died Reply

    I will donate to you friday

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • The 3rd Reich Never Died Reply

    I have been following you

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • The 3rd Reich Never Died Reply

    I am proud of you

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • The 3rd Reich Never Died Reply

    Calm down,let them prove you a fool. Instead, of opening your mouth and proven them correct

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • Ms. Smith Reply

    As a medium brown person I deal with colorism from my self hating in law she is a shade lighter then me and she wants me to call her light skin.She is not close to being a light skin women and she likes to call all clearly brown people dark skin and call dark skin people like your self black skin beyond dark.I really think she faced colorism and is taking it out on brown skin people because she is brown

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • My Tribe T.V The Chosen Reply

    Love the stream

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • FloridaGuyNolesitall Reply

    I think the world change so much, the standard of beauty changes all the time, look at Lupita she's dark skin and we love her, she's straight from the continent of Africa. I think Dark skin black women are being accepted more than ever now, especially since the Natural hair movement, my favorite women are dark skin women.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • Ms. Smith Reply

    Jackie is a annoying brown skin women who thinks she’s light skin and praise light skin people .She clearly favors her light skin daughter over her dark skin darker .

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • amunet maat Reply

    Im still attracted the most Darkest Men! I wanted my babies to be BLACK FOR REAL !!! And they are. I got 2 lil yellow ones and they are just as loved. And yes im a Capricorn Jan 3rd we go hard for the most important things in life.

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm
  • amunet maat Reply

    Facts. Not my Mama but others. It was always yo Black ass this
    Yo Black ass that. But my Mama was way Darker than me. And it made me want even Darker skin like my Mama. She is so beautiful her skin looks like Black Silk

    February 12, 2019 at 10:26 pm

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