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By: Crys Sun, 08 May 2011 12:05:06 +0000 This is truly sad! There are people of other ethnicities who are trying to darken their skin like ours. God said everything/everyone he made is good. Rock the skin you are in. It has been blessed and sun-kissed by God! We are gorgeous and phenomenal!

By: shannon Tue, 26 Apr 2011 04:01:54 +0000 My parents are from the south, and I remember my aunt and mom having a conversation about a young light skinned girl who was in their opinion unattractive. The phrase they used to describe her was “wasted yellow”. Even as a young child, and hearing this I was hurt and offended, because I knew that they meant that “light skin” was valued above brown, or darker skin. When I questioned my mom later, on this she just kinda shrugged it off… How sad that those ugly things white people embedded deep within our people is still present today…

By: zindzhi Mon, 25 Apr 2011 16:50:11 +0000 I live in Haiti and this message of dark ugly skin is drilled in our head ! just the other day my Grandma told me that most people told her not to marry my grandpa because he was too dark. jokes on them cause we are a nice looking bunch ( not tooting my own horn) black people are beautiful in all shades.. but light skin is right
even in Asian communities . Some South Asian women working in Haiti spoke so derisively of dark skin that i stop speaking to them for them it was akin to being a ugly monkey.

By: Liz Sat, 23 Apr 2011 19:59:42 +0000 Hi Afrobella! First of all, I want to say I’ve been following your blog since 2006 now. I’ve finished college, I’m moved from NYC to California, things have really changed… and you’re still here! It’s just awesome. Please, continue doing what you do! I am a lifelong fan, now 🙂

I usually do not comment, but seeing as though this is a topic that hits close to home, I felt motivated to do so. I think colorism is a particularly big issue within the Latino community. Many Latinos refuse to believe how racist and prejudice we really are to our own people in the community. It is not a coincidence that in Colombia, where my parents are from, the urban centers of the cities are all very poor, Afro-Colombians. Yet, for example, Brazil, want to promote the image of racial harmony amongst such a variety of people and skin colors and races.

I hope that soon we can really start being honest with ourselves, free ourselves from the trappings of self-hatred that come along with colonized mentalities.