“Black” is not always “African-American”.

usKate Reid,
Worthington, OH.

My daughters and I in the attached picture. Three races. Three skin-tones. None of which identify with “African-American” yet that is often the assumption and the only “box” to check.

 

“Black” is not always “African-American”.

usKate Reid,
Worthington, OH.

My daughters and I in the attached picture. Three races. Three skin-tones. None of which identify with “African-American” yet that is often the assumption and the only “box” to check.

“Black” is not always “African-American”.

usKate Reid,
Worthington, OH.

My daughters and I in the attached picture. Three races. Three skin-tones. None of which identify with “African-American” yet that is often the assumption and the only “box” to check.

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