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Until The Black Community Cares About The Dark Skin Woman Plight You Fuckers Will Stay At The Bottom

Until The Black Community Cares About The Dark Skin Woman Plight You Fuckers Will Stay At The Bottom


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  • Georgia Jaeger Reply

    I'm a 63 yo black woman in the middle of the color spectrum. I have 3 daughters, all various shades of black. They all have had to deal with racism in this country. Point 1: we as individuals need to be okay with who we are despite the shade of your skin, you are Black. I don't need someone else to validate who I am, I am okay in my own skin. If someone else does not accept me, it is their problem, not mine. Point 2: we as a people need to dispense with the self-hate. Self-hate is a ploy to keep us distracted and dysfunctional in this capitalistic/racist society. It prevents us from focusing on the "prize" (personal goals) and rising up. Both of these points we as a people need to overcome. Don't get me wrong, discrimination is real but you can't make a difference if you can't stand on your own.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • African Descent Reply

    The darker the berry, the sweeter the juice. I'm a black man that values and prefers a black chocolate woman I'm in Atlanta.
    I can show it better than I can tell it. Contact me if in Atlanta.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • Erin B. Reply

    I just want to comment respectfully and not be argumentive because I'm not here for that….but I want to bring it to the fore front that ALL black women go through black & white supremacy!
    It bothers me as a LIGHT SKINNED black woman in her 40's to hear black women categorize each other based off skin tone. Light skin women catch hell too, ALWAYS have and I'm living proof! And what's sad is that, there is this ridiculous preconceived notion that no woman in the black community goes through racism, hardship, or rejection but the "dark skinned" black woman and its complete bulls#&t! And again, I say that respectfully.
    WE ARE ALL black when it comes down to it. Our DNA does not classify any of us based on skin tone!
    We have some serious issues within our own community that's holding each other back and we are the butt of the joke!
    My black "sistas" will not even acknowledge me if we come in contact most times in my experience with life, but break their backs acknowledging another race, yet turn around and talk against light skin women. I don't get that. If I smile, I get the froze b!#ch face. Not every time, but a lot of times I have encountered this. And what for? Because no words have been exchanged, you don't know me or my name, all you see is my skin tone. A lot of lighter complected black women are off top judged as snooty and stuck up without even opening their mouth and that's real facts!
    Far as dating, Black men who don't date their own women or dislike black women, don't look or view light skinned women any better than any other black woman. So we ALL catch it sis! I'm a good woman and I know that, and my skin tone has nothing to do with it. My worth comes from various of reasons. And while I respect your truth, because you made a LOT of valid points, but this colorism and separation that one has it harder than the other because of skin tone, is absolute non sense to the 10th power! WE ALL in this together but we first got to stop hating each other over stupid reasons!
    We will continue to be crabs in a barrel until this hate for one another and these petty school age hang ups are resolved. White supremacy has done well in dividing us. Facts!

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • T M Reply

    My main point is to say this, white Americans find a lot of societal issues that they want to change. You have the white anti abortion movement that wants to end legalized abortions, you have the feminist movement that wants to gain equality for white women and criticizes how women are overly sexualized in pop culture. You have the environmental movement that sees climate change as an existential threat, etc.

    You have white Americans writing books about the opioid epidemic or about how hard it is to get married and find meaningful relationships or about stagnating wages or concentrated wealth.

    Yet white Americans never approach any social issue and say “this is what’s wrong with the white community”. They don’t take social issues and tie those issues as being caused by their skin color or as proof that something is collectively wrong with their race. They don’t say this problem is a collective internal white racial issue. They correctly see these issues as American problems created by American society and they approach solutions in that manner.

    why is it whenever social issues are discussed involving black Americans, the first thing that nearly everyone does is tie that social issue to our race as proof that something is collectively wrong with our race? It is stressed that the issue is a collective internal black racial issue caused by what’s wrong within the black race.

    I’m saying this way of thinking and discussing issues is racist is based on America’s racist beliefs about black racial inferiority. It doesn’t help us to discuss social issues as proof of collective black depravity because it’s racist and it’s not even true.

    Discuss colorism, but stop using it as proof of what’s collectively wrong with the black race. Somehow white Americans manage to discuss all manner of social problems with out denigrating their race or implicating some collective racial failing.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • T M Reply

    I know we use the words “the black community” when discussing racial issues, but it’s sloppy language that reveals a larger truth about the distorted manner we see black Americans.

    First off there is no singular “black community”. Black Americans are spread all over America. It is really helpful to ask yourself what do you mean by black community because objectively it is a inaccurate label.

    What I find is the overwhelming majority of the time the phrase “the black community” is used the person using it is about to say something negative about black people in general usually with almost no data to back up their negative beliefs about black Americans.

    I think what those who use the phrase would be more truthful if they said the black race.

    So the larger issue with use of “the black community” is that it really is just another discussion in a long tradition of American racist thought, that takes American social issues and transforms them into black racial inferiority type discussions. In which, the black community is portrayed as the source of this issue because there is something collectively wrong within the black race that needs to be fixed.

    We keep having this black people aren’t human and are inferior discussions over and over and over again.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • William Brown Reply

    Most people put sex over true love and compassion and it is sad. Yes sex is good but shouldn't be the priority in a good healthy relationship. Now I use to want to experience having sex with in and every woman I saw when I was in my teens back in the 90's but as I gotten a bit older my mother told me if you make 12 you better take care of 12.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • William Brown Reply

    You are a beautiful black woman and those who say you aren't, I wouldn't stress myself over them. You just keep doing what you do my sistah.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • MR Goode Reply

    Thank you😂😂😂 speaking truth truth I see these type of dark skin women be acting stank😷🤧🤢. By the way you look so beautiful in that sun good to hear from you.

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • Furious Styles Reply

    Wait so I must say that you are the community? Now if we are going to not fight as a group why is it an issue? We really doing this, I'm asking for a friend? I get it but don't get it. We aren't a monolithic group we all deal with it. I'm tall and dark wtf do I do? Everyone hates me because you kill me no more dark black babies problem solved right? Your view is understood but you used a huge brush to paint that picture. We all we got hope there is a space and a place we can all "Black people" find organize and thrive in! Miss your vlogs beloved good to see you again….

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am
  • Beacon TV Reply

    I've been seeing this colorism battle going. There's no doubt colorism/self hate is an issue. What can light skinned women do to help?..

    March 12, 2019 at 7:18 am

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