I know, you are probably thinking, what does a white woman know about Black History?
Well, not enough, as far as I’m concerned. I do, however, like to educate myself as much as possible about historical events in our nation, especially those events that showcased the strength, perseverance, and yes, even the pain of the ancestors of my friends and loved ones.
I haven’t experienced the agony of being ripped from my homeland, of being sold on an auction block, nor have I felt the crack of the whip onto my bare flesh.
I have not had to bear witness to hatred, racism, segregation, or lynchings.
I have not had to fight for equal rights under the law because my skin happens to be dark.
Now, I’ve many beloved friends who are black, some are my dearest friends, yet I don’t really always see color. I can say I’m colorblind…
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