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My first installment was published without a problem.
Yaba Blay, says, in a recent online discussion via For Harriet, that “. In the day and age of millennial openness, colorism may be the last great battle in eradicating racial bias in all of our relationships romantic or otherwise.There’s no need to pander to mainstream (read: White America) with token White characters. How is it that '90s TV had more Black sitcoms with thriving Black couples than in 2015. If interracial couples are being shown because advertisers don’t think Black couples are marketable (Gina Prince-Blythewood said several studios tried to convince her to cast interracially for Beyond the Lights), creators should laugh in their faces. Not only did we have a selection to choose from, but the women and men were of all different skin tones and body types. When I turned in my final draft, my editor gave me every indication that the version I submitted was suitable for publication. I gently reminded the editor that the phrasing was ‘it is of this woman and deserved to be heard.But when another website editor came to me by sheer chance (I happen to be in the newsroom to check in with another editor) to clarify some wording issues they were having while trying to do layout, I noticed that the wording in question was never in my original article. After a long round of semantics and me standing firmly on my ground, I was given the suggestion to conduct more interviews from “other perspectives, too” or weave my own personal experiences within the context of what I had already gleaned from interviews.I hate that I even have to type this, but be very clear: pro-black does not mean anti-white. And we know in real life Black people are dating and marrying other Black people all the time.
Having a show on network TV (not cable) other than “blackish” that shows Black people loving each other isn't too much to ask. The underrepresentation of Blacks in all media is abysmal and embarrassing.
“To see my people still gripe over interracial relationships is so laughably embarrassing.
Kennedy caught wind of perhaps my tweet (or others) questioning why we rarely get to see two Black people in relationships on network television.
My plan was to introduce in the first part the idea that, because colorism is an outgrowth of racism, it was necessary to discuss it when approaching interracial relations: Historically, in the United States, this hierarchy was a psychological tool used to ‘divide and conquer’ enslaved Africans.
Today, people of color are all too familiar with this global phenomenon that values a lighter complexion.
Cable shows like “Power” and Mara Brock Akil’s “Being Mary Jane” don’t count in this instance. And while “Power” is one of the few shows in general with a brown woman, Tasha (Naturi Naughton) married to Ghost (Omari Hardwick), he is cheating on Tasha with a light-skinned Latina. To do this, they throw in an interracial couple to prove the show is not "just" a Black show, as if something is wrong with things being labeled Black. Then ask yourself what the media is really saying when we can count on one hand how many Black couples are on scripted TV.