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Scarred On The Inside - Exploring Colorism

We often think of colorism as causing pain to only dark-skinned people that society views as lower in worth, less attractive, and more criminal than lighter-skinned people. However, this couldn't be further from the truth. Scarred on the inside is contributor Keisha Matthews' recollection of how colorism affected her family while growing up. 


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