There’s Black and Brown in this White Woman.
Growing up in the southern part of the United States during the 1960s I was surrounded by white supremacy and privilege. I’m gay so I know how it feels to be considered and treated less than. Yet, as a gay woman, I go through life with the choice of being out or not and being white I walk through life unaware of my color. My dark skin brothers and sisters still do not have this freedom.
- The scientific fact is, all human beings – black, brown, white – can trace our common dark skin ancestors back to Africa.
- Each of us is a member of the human race.
- That’s why my brown and black friends and I agree we don’t have a race problem. We have a respect problem.
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