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The adored and most photographed black women are
• HALLE BERRY
• NAOMI CAMPBELL
THE PURCHASER AND OFTEN THE SELLER IS IGNORANT ABOUT THE HARM FAIRNESS CREAMS CAUSE. FAIRNESS CREAM is a multi million dollar industry. Sherry Dixon,
editor-in-charge of ‘PRIDE’, the life style magazine for British Black Community says.
she is flooded by letters from female readers whenever
a typical Black African is shown on the cover of the magazine ‘PRIDE’. “It’s cultural racism or shade-ism as I call it.1”
If a girl/boy is feeling s/he is looked down upon or is at a disadvantage because the complexion is not white, how do you manage this?
Facing this situation of the teenager horrifies parents and sends shivers down the spine of concerned responsible teachers.
1. There is no substitute for self respect .
The problem is more with the self esteem of the person than with the color of the skin. Rather than dwelling into psychotherapy I wish to remind my friends that the skin color is Gifted by God who is the same Intelligence, which has given liver and pancreas and keeps our heart beating non stop till the last breath.
Say hundreds of times daily, *”I accept myself exactly the way I am.” How dare you criticize the work of Supreme under whose command you see the Sun rising, the planets spin, the weather changes and who brings rain from the emptiness of the sky?
*Louis Hay in her book, “YOU CAN HEAL YOUR LIFE.”
2. Use PROTECTIVE HERBAL OINTMENT that your grandma recommended.
Some are available for sale in shop outlets that strictly sell Ayurvedic or Herbal products.
3. REMEMBER that being BETTER human being is far superior to appearing BRIGHT or WHITE. All that is white is not right nor might.
If you are under peer pressure you are being given practical training in life to overcome it with confidence, with wit, with caliber,
rather than succumbing to their treachery.
THIS IS THE WAY YOU GROW.
Can you judge who is fair and who is foul?