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Who says that black people cant have beautiful children? No shade to the biracial babies, but I'm sick of people saying a black man and a black woman cannot have a beautiful child. The proof is in this princess here.

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This picture is a perfect representation of the stereotypes that every people of coloured experience probably in their daily lives. Stereotypes such as people with colour are known for stealing things, this is why it is important to keep an eye for them when in stores. No stereotypes for any race should exist. People choose to act the way they do, this has nothing to do with their race. Stealing, killing, etc. are done by everyone, not just stereotypically by black people/people of colour.

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from Black Girl with Long Hair

10 Stunning Photos of Black Albinos from the #InMySkinIWin Campaign, Celebrating Albino Beauty

Models Diandra Forrest and Ava Clarke ,and other beautiful Black people with Albinism

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from Black Hair OMG!

Mom & Daughter Do The "Afro Dance" - TOO CUTE!

You fro girl! http://www.shorthaircutsforblackwomen.com/mom-daughter-do-the-afro-dance-too-cute/ More

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from BuzzFeed Community

Community Post: 10 Dark Secrets Australia Doesn't Want You To Know

This also happened to you in America Black people! I'm not talking about Native Americans! Look up Queen Califa!

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Black Love Day was founded in 1993 by Ayo Handy Kendi, director of the African American Holiday Association. According to Kendi, it is the third nationally ...

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sirakante: Create Your Own Kingdom.

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from Refinery29

"I'm Tired" Project Highlights The Exhausation Of Micro-aggresions

Im Tired Race Gender Microaggressions Photo Series

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Beautiful Blue Black - like Krishna. The blackest blue in India and she is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark hue! Dravidian ..The ancient "blue race" of India still exists in the bloodlines. Dravidian indeed. Kushite Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India In Irish-Scottish Gaeilge (or Gaelic), people of African descent were historically referred to as the fir gorum, or blue men. People of this race were described as "blue" rather than as "black."

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