HOW COLORISM SHAPES BLACK GIRLHOOD

For the Melanine Topic by Allure, Delphine Diallo has joined writerscapture how colorism shapes black girlhood.
 

Through her lence and with the writter's narrative , Diallo captures and unveil what is it to be a dark-skinned black woman today — particularly if your identity also intersects with your dody appearance  or differently abled, or older, or unconventionally attractive, or trans — is to be a constant target of indifference, invisibilization, neglect, suspicion, violence.

 

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April 28, 2021