Being a “Black Racist Superstar” Is Not Fun, However, Being a “Superstar” Isn’t All That Bad
Ezinne Ukoha

I don’t expect White people to fathom what it’s like to be Black in America.

Nor should you expect that. It would be silly to expect someone to understand something so far from anything they’ve ever experienced.

However, white people should accept the fact that you know what it’s like to be White in America better than they do.

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