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5 Ways People Stereotype Asians

5 Ways People Stereotype Asians

Re-posted from Neverstationary. 1. Mocking or trying to imitate the language: Ching chong, ling long, ting tong. YES, THAT IS WHAT CHINESE SOUNDS LIKE. YOU’RE GOING TO DO GREAT IN… Read more »

3 Things I Love about Being Black II

3 Things I Love about Being Black II

Feat. art by Joanna Boyce Wells via Wiki commons To Black Girls: God forbid you ever feel bad about your color. Here is a short list of what I love about… Read more »

3 Things I Love about Being Black

3 Things I Love about Being Black

Portrait by Artist, Daisy Giles To Black Girls: God forbid you ever feel bad about your color. Here is a short list of what I love about my color and… Read more »

10 Lies Society Told Me about Black Women

10 Lies Society Told Me about Black Women

*Feat. Image by Selenada via deviantart.com 10 Lies Society Told Me about Black Women A short list of lies people outside of and within my race have told me about… Read more »

Race and Music

Race and Music

Being a southern, African-American saxophonist with a big, ‘nappy’ afro has placed me in a box that I am constantly trying to claw myself out of. I am unable to… Read more »

Sorority: Traditionally Black, Traditionally White, or Traditionally You?

Sorority: Traditionally Black, Traditionally White, or Traditionally You?

The presence of the divine nine has always been heavy and unwavering all throughout my childhood. And for those readers who aren’t very familiar with the upstanding sororities and fraternities… Read more »

The Genetic Makeup of a Black Girl is Not Fit for a Learning Environment?

The Genetic Makeup of a Black Girl is Not Fit for a Learning Environment?

You are a black girl. You attend the local elementary school, you are a straight-A student, and you’ve won the school spelling bee two years in a row. You pride… Read more »

Lamenting over the Casket of the Real Black Woman

Lamenting over the Casket of the Real Black Woman

I’m here today to pay my respects to the black woman, because she was murdered. I’m not positive who the real culprit is, though I might have an idea: The Mammy… Read more »

The Curse of the Black Friend

The Curse of the Black Friend

Being someone who has spent (and still spends) much of her teen-aged life hanging out with people of other races, I have often been subject to the ever ominous title… Read more »

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