Yeah, but you’re not BLACK black.

Ruthie Mengistu
Memphis ,TN

What does that even mean? Is it because I look biracial? Or is it because my parents are first-generation Americans from Ethiopia, and I grew up in the suburbs with predominantly white folk? Maybe it’s because I don’t talk “black”…whatever that means. There are a lot of different ways to be black.


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