She eventually caught on and stopped. But, even as I write this — I feel utterly ashamed at the notion that I was too embarrassed to be seen in the hues and architecture of a complexly vibrant culture that chose me as a representative.
Hollywood’s Obsession with “Diversity” Isn’t Going Quite The Way We Hoped
Ezinne Ukoha

Something tells me you’ve more than made up for it. Don’t be too hard on yourself.

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