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9 things everyone needs to stop saying to Black women

It’s not that talking to black women should be hard work, but people need to make a sincere effort to undo several years of unchecked, subtle racism and sexist microaggressions. And in the interest of elevating the conversation beyond the ridiculous tropes, here are a few of the most common statements that everyone should strongly consider avoiding while speaking with a black woman. 

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"We are quite unalike. Dean Winchester is a typical hero, always running into battle first, a very distinctive personality. I am a very peaceful person on the other hand. I don’t like adventures, not that I’m afraid of loosing, but I think my life is really good right now. I don’t feel the need to change anything about it now. In real life, I’m very gentle and a go-with-the-flow person."


Black kids painting.

Black kids doing ballet.

Black kids singing.

Black kids playing piano.

Black kids taking photos.

Black kids writing books.

Black kids gardening.

Black kids doing slam poetry.

Black kids playing the violin.

Black kids playing the guitar.

Black kids making films.

Black kids stargazing.

Black kids inventing.

Black kids laughing.

Black kids smiling.

Black kids thriving.

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