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  1. You hear in the diapsora because it was set up to be that way- systematic.
    All shades are absolutely stunning and gorgeous.
    When will rise above calling ourselves "black" is the answer. We are so much more than that. We are women
    We are fula, bantu, khoi san,…

  2. Honestly I needed to see this video because everyday someone puts me down about my skin colour just like "oh ur too white to be black" or like "you don't look black so stop claiming You are" and Ive been getting told this my whole life to the point where I don't like my skin colour anymore and it's not right.
    I want people to accept me for who I am as a person and not what I look like

  3. I love my skin I'm black and beautiful, and I'm not going to let colorism dull my light. Nor should any dark or brown skin black woman, glow and keep on glowing.

  4. but when people don't give mixed people the choice to act or be white and are not exepted by the black community its where do i go. As well i feel that people who are just one race are lucky because you don't have that doubt in the back of your head like am i black or white and it's so confusing because at the end of the day society is going to see me as black so mixed people end up getting treated the same way as black people and belive me when i say this because im mixed race and theres nothing wrong with that but still.

  5. Lighter skin people don't get treated any better, multiracial or mixed.
    All black people get it on every side.
    We all get abused too because in society they will always see "US" as black even mixed because they made up a 1 drop rule centuries ago.

    The last lady was on point.
    In society if you're not white your a minority which makes our problems MINOR compared to theirs.

  6. Dark skin is so underrated. itโ€™s sooooo beautiful. it looks so sleek. especially on an African American baby omg theyโ€™re so adorable! darker skin tone is beautiful

  7. 99 percent of high yellow negroes in America is mixed or have white in there family tree.there nothing speacial over darker African Americans.Now in some parts of Africa.you have real light skinned blacks not mixed with white or any other ethinicity.other words there pure light skinned negroes.light skinned negroes in America mostly come from.The white man rapping african woman for decades in America. I love light skinned woman in America.but dont even think you better than the darker brothers or sisters

  8. Letโ€™s be honest black people are the most discriminatory amongst themselves when it comes to their own skin tones and Iโ€™ve heard numerous blacks admit that.

  9. Please check out the channel LIGHT SKIN TEARS it is a safe space for light skin and biracial people to share their stories everyone is welcome there is no paper bag test

  10. Americans and their RIDICULOUS racial BS. I cant really but just laugh at some people. This one drop rule is so idiotic, but people in America still act like it makes sense. Well it doesnt. Also Im just being hones here, but I must say that IMO MOST (not all) West-Africans are not good looking (African-Americans are mostly of West-African heritage so they are included here). East-Africans on the other hand are often good looking. Its the facial features though – has NOTHING to do with hair or skin color. This idea that skin color makes someone ugly or beautiful is idiotic. Dark skin can be beautiful, but these West-African facial features are usually not that good looking, but thats just my opinion. IMO bleaching your skin or wearing weave makes these West-African women look WORSE, not better. Light skin or straight hair does not make you good looking, its all about the facial features.

  11. Mixed is not black….
    black ppl have their own experience and mixed ppl do too. Two different experiences. Yes mixed ppl may have more phenotypical black features than other mixed ppl but not black.
    Also Colorism is a serious problem in our community.

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