Tag Archives: colorism

Coloring Latinidad: On being called out and learning from your mistakes

Tweet  A few weeks ago I hosted an On Air Google Hangout titled “Coloring Latinidad.” It was advertised as a panel about “colorism within Latin@ feminism.” We had three wonderful panelists come and talk, and after a lot of work, the Hangout felt like a success. But, soon after the Hangout went live and the [...]
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Light skin vs. dark skin party promoters attempt to ruin it for the rest of us

Tweet News has been circulating over the controversially-themed light-skin vs. dark-skin party in Ohio. I, for one, am thoroughly annoyed that the club space has been co-opted once again by profit-turners who insist on sucking the fun out of a Friday night with divisive themes. I just want a place that I can go where [...]
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