“Racial ambiguity helps in anything,” rapper Wale said on an episode of “The Breakfast Club.” Gabrielle Union admitted she had to school her stepsons, who she caught only liking light skin women’s pictures on Instagram, leading her to have a talk about the roots of colorism.
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Listen To Black Women: Does Colorism Hold People Back From Success? was originally published on hellobeautiful.com