Things like this happen almost weekly actually. The most memorable is, “I’m blacker than you”. Sometimes it isn’t even a comment or words, they just have to give me an awkward side-glance before making a comment for me to feel annoyed. It’s the most offensive and insulting when they think they are being funny.
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During lunch one day my friend told me she would be embarrassed to take me to a family dinner at her country club because of…
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Can we talk about how they only serve stereotypically black foods in commons on MLK day?