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I Grew Up Wearing Blackface

This tradition was considered festive, joyous, and more bizarrely, normal.
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Self Care & Race-Based Trauma: Julia Elise Childs

I cannot predict what will happen in the world, and in turn, I cannot predict what could trigger me.
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I’m Finally Seeing The White In White Spaces.

Suddenly I saw the problem everywhere: There were no women of color at the spiritual events I attended.
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Finding My Spot in the Beyhive As White Woman

I started holding back. I stopped listening. Beyoncé embodied blackness and I wasn't sure if I was allowed to be a part of it. As her performance at Coachella neared, a platform that could be considered the whitest music festival ever, I was nervous. Beyoncé as headliner wasn't just exciting, it was momentous. Her mother...
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White People Forced Me To Reclaim My Blackness

I was so far removed from blackness that I couldn't recognize it on myself and when I saw it on others, I really didn’t know what to make of it. My peers told me I wasn’t really black; I “didn't count.” And the more they told me I didn't "count" as black, the more I...
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