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I’m a Black Woman with White Guilt

A consequence of my biracial identity

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Talking about race has always been hard for me. Even writing this article was an uphill battle. The process bounced between waves of angry typing about every racist experience I’ve had, followed by bouts of regret for being too quick to assume racist intent. I’ve rewritten it many times, never quite finding the “right” words because, frankly…




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Theresa Tyler

Theresa Tyler

Writer, Attorney, Coach, Foreign Service wife, mental health advocate. Writing about life, relationships, identity, and adventure. www.loveinambition.com

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