Remember, the whole point of unpacking and interrogating how mixed/biracial are identified is to expose the racism of the #onedroprule which undermines unambiguously, monoracial black people by funneling resources allocated for us to ANYone.
Translation. Brazil is currently doing a better job correcting for #colorism than America.🍵
They have the awkward task of deciding who qualifies as "black".
In the podcast, it's revealed that someone suggested adding police to the panel. Because they would know the difference.
I... I. just...
3) I don't know how to put this politely, unambiguous and darker-skinned black women, but they really don't give a fck about you.
No, this part wasn't exactly news to me, I just didn't expect so much pushback from academia.
MY GAWD. My gawd.
"WTF moments" just aren't common to me because I've seen it all & have a blunt way of approaching topics.
I'm always expecting people to behave in accordance with incentives.
We're in trouble, y'all.
#onedroprule(rs) are DEEP in academia
It's ultimately a demographics issue.
As multiracials increase, they'll assume more spaces allocated for "black" people.
Well-documented white preference for them means you lose.
Y'know, like Brazil is doing.
Correcting for racist exclusionary practices that created a mass black underclass #colorism
Bitch, THEY DON'T WANT THAT SOLUTION.
They want YOURS
So eat crumbs
That is all.
Have a good day. 🍵
I deleted it. I later wrote a better thread they didn't bother touching.
And now I know that this is the way to do it. 😊👇🏿