You are not Black.
Lalaina Rackson

Of all the characteristics that make us who we are, skin color is no more significant than hair or eye color. I see us as each having a cultural background, and that defines, for me a context. I know people with dark skin who are less impregnated with black culture than most. You’re quite right that no one should be judged or ostracized for the color of their skin, period.

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