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Light Skinned Girls Perpetuate Colorism

Do Light Skinned Girls Perpetuate Colorism?

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Do Light Skinned Girls Perpetuate Colorism? by Veronica Wells of NoSugarNoCream.com Sisterhood is something many Black women strive for. But despite our best efforts, we all fall short from time to time. Sometimes we intentionally choose words we know will cut. Other times the disregard, disrespect is less sinister and due to years of consuming Eurocentric beauty standards, internalized racism,…

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‘This Is Us’ Actor Lonnie Chavis Has an Epic Question for Internet Trolls

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Lonnie Chavis By Erickka Sy Savané If 11-year-old Lonnie Chavis looks familiar to you it’s because he plays adorable young Randall on the Emmy-award-winning show ‘This Is Us.’ An actor since age 4, Lonnie has grown up in the business and has 145k instagram followers to prove it. But where there’s love, there’s also hate. Lonnie’s celebrity status makes him…

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Simon Biles Is Named AP Female Athlete Of The Year

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Photo: Getty Images Written by Mike Orie of TheConsciousTip.com Simone Biles has had quite an interesting year. From dealing with cyber bullying to winning five Olympic medals. But things just got even better. Continue Reading The Associated Press released its annual AP Athlete of the Year Award, naming Simone Biles Female Athlete of the Year and LeBron James Male Athlete…

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When the Bully in Your Life is You…

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by Kelcie Owens of Spiraled Would you ever go up to a complete stranger and call them fat? Or how about informing them that you feel they have ugly hair? Or, worse yet, would you tell them that you feel they have accomplished nothing worthwhile in their life and therefore are unworthy of finding love and happiness? Most of you…

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Our Kids: Avoiding Curly Hair Bullying

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by Tracey Wallace via Naturallycurly.com We all know it’s true: kids can be cruel. The media coverage on the effects of bullying from this year alone have proven that being the brunt of cruelty, especially at a young age, can have lasting effects, and can even lead to tragedy. Being different than the status quo can ruin a children’s memories…

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