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So I recently saw some hurtful things on my dash about men who basically said dark skinned women aren’t worth the ground they walk on. Their are fathers, and even mothers, who dislike the fact their own child is dark skin. This has to be stopped. But of course, stuck in this slavery and “white supremacy” mentality, no one likes to listen.

Tell that little dark skinned girl with coiled hair crying in the corner because her skin isn’t the color of sand and her hair doesn’t flow and curl like an ocean wave that her skin of pure mahogany and hair that reaches toward the heavens is loved and appreciated.

Yasss

Forever reblogging because this is

SOO IMPORTANT!!

what I love about this is that it uplifts dark skinned girls without demeaning or insulting lighter sisters… this is so important!!

I’m a 21 year old girl with dark skin and coiled hair, and I don’t feel worth it sometimes. This is definitely an issue.