Unapologetic

No longer sorry about not being sorry

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Some of us ‘look’ more Amerindian than others of us. In this color-conscious society, shade and hue will obviously cause each of us to experience our indigenous lineage differently. In other words, the more india we look the more poor we look (and often are), the more gravely we suffer from the differentiated negative treatment of white dominant culture.
Ana Castillo (1994), Essay about Chicanas/mestizas

Filed under chicana colorism mestiza white supremacy stratification

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