11 Sep



You were told You are black, but You were not born black. The word is foreign because no one at home calls You black. Yet Ivete says You are black.
You were at the beach when William and Sophia were talking about coloured women. You wondered what made them coloured. Then You realised they spoke about your kind of people. But they are also coloured. Their skin has also got colour. So why aren’t they called coloured as well?
You’ve lived your whole life being looked down upon. As if You do not know anything, because You are of a certain colour. Joseph your brother has been associated with all sorts of crime because of his colour. Your father a master’s degree holder is driving cabs somewhere for undergrads.
You were told that there are humanitarians against colour discrimination, but they are guilty themselves. They aren’t all pious themselves. They…

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