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Reflections on “Dark Girls”- A Look at Colorism and Internalized Racism in the Black Community

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“Reflections on “Dark Girls”- A Look at Colorism and Internalized Racism in the Black Community”

  1. May 6th, 2014 at 3:18 PM      Reply Evelyn Says:

    This is a good movie, i cant compare because im lightskin. But now in our generation black well DARK girls are really pretty nd gets lots of attention. I hated the fact they wantedto be lighter be yourself nd show what god made you.

  2. May 6th, 2014 at 3:21 PM      Reply Chardonnae Says:

    This documentary made me feel proud to be of my race. My color. I felt their pain and misery through their stories. Even though im not dark skinned i am a darker shade of brown. Golden. My mother told me to embrace my color because its unique. Its 1 in a million. Im like no other. So young black women need to be more confident because God made you in his image not man’s.

  3. May 22nd, 2014 at 1:02 PM      Reply Lila Says:

    Dark Girls was very compelling. It really makes you think, not just about racism from the outside, but racism within your own race.

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