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Why the new trailer for Netflix’s ‘Raising Dion’ feels bittersweet
When combatting colorism in dating practices becomes overcompensating for guilt
I’m tired of seeing my light skin represented in Black media
Moving to South Africa meant my race was different, but not the realities of racism
Swiping through anti-Blackness and colorism on Tinder
The tragedy and hilarity of Iyanla Vanzant’s ‘Fix My Life’ antics with Hazel-E
As light-skinned people, it’s our job to make space for those silenced most by colorism
The question of Blackness: How conversations about Bruno Mars and Cardi B miss the mark
Lupita Nyong’o is writing a children’s book tackling colorism & self-love for little Black girls
On Being Biracial In The Movement For Black Lives
Why We Need to Talk about Light-Skinned Privilege
Who Gets to Be the Face of Black Women in Politics?
Watch This Black Woman Tell Corporations How to End Colorism
Kelly Rowland’s New Makeup Line Is For Us Highly Melanated Folks
#UnfairandLovely is A Stand Against Colorism
What “lackluster” #LightGirls was missing
Video: ‘Light Girls’ film to explore colorism in Black community
The Darkest Rose: Colorism Shows No Beauty
Jem and the Holograms actress much lighter than cartoon
Video: Pharrell features diverse women in ‘Marilyn Monroe’ video
Study: People remember educated black men as having lighter skin
What about Team Brown Skin?
Sammy Sosa’s lighter skin & the affects of colorism
J. Cole on Colorism: “I might not be as successful as I am now if I was dark skin”
Spike Lee Has a Script for a ‘School Daze” Sequel
Could Light-Skinned Women Ever Be the Subject of a Documentary like “Dark Girls”?
OWN Network Premieres “Dark Girls” Documentary This Sunday
India Arie Accused of Lightening Her Skin for Promotional Photo
Kelly Rowland Talks Learning to Love Her Brown Skin
Rapper Kendrick Lamar Specifically Requested Dark-Skinned Model for New Music Video
Capitalism makes us think that having our basic needs met is revolutionary. It’s a lie.
Comic: Stop trying to insert yourself into Black people’s inside jokes
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