‘Imagine a Future’ sheds light on black women and internalized racism – The Root DC Live – The Washington Post
This is an important piece, as it’s a vitally important topic, for black women (and for that matter all people of color) to realize that they live in a racist culture and have been being programmed with racist ideologies since before they were born; it’s in their great
grandparents’ and is passed down from generation to generation as a means by which to control a passive masses.
Dark, light, it makes no different to the Source, the Creator, God, Dios, or whomever you believe in, or to science if you’re an atheist. Scientifically, it’s been proven and re-proven that there are no biological bases for racism in science – but there sure is in mental illness.
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