I can simultaneously be angry with white supremacy and love white people. I can be in love with a white woman and hate her ignorance at her own white privilege. I can get so frustrated with racism that I barely want to be around any white people, and I can share that with my white friends over a few drinks.
You might think that’s confusing. You might even call it hypocrisy. I call it being a person of color."
Yes, yes, yes! Excuse me while I reblog everything from Domo’s blog.
White privilege is not having hair products considered “special care,” “ethnic,” or physically separated from what I suppose is deemed as normal or standard hair care products.
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right! i went to the grocery store and all the black hair care was on the other aisle smdh
Case in point:
(This is at Target)