I Do See Color
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I Do See Color

Black girls and Girl Scouts: It’s more than selling cookies

From girl’s guy to Girl Scout

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She asked her adult daughter to change the dead battery in the bathroom clock. Her daughter refused, telling her, “That’s Shamontiel’s job.”

The woman scoffed, “I don’t know if I’ll even see her this year with coronavirus going on.”




We are not ashamed of our melanin, and we know you “see” it. Just don’t discriminate and disrespect us because of it.

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