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Black America (Still) Has a Problem With Dark Skinned Women

Anyone can harbor sentiments of anti-Blackness, including Black people

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AAnti-Blackness isn’t just the domain of prejudiced White people. People of color can experience marginalization based on race and still harbor anti-Blackness. A Black person can feel the sting of racism and also be a purveyor of bias and harm…

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Jennifer R. Farmer

Jennifer R. Farmer

I’m a mother, trainer, lecturer and author of the forthcoming book, “First and Only: How Black Women Thrive.” Follow me on IG/Twitter @pr_whisperer.

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