I grew up in Kansas during the 1980's and early 1990's. At that time, Kansas was not exactly known for being the most racially sensitive place. Brown v. Board of Education aside, growing up a Black girl in Kansas well, it sucked. Especially, since I did not fit within the stereotypical confines of what a middle-class Black girl should be. I could go on and on about my love-hate relationship with Kansas.
Today's podcast, I am addressing the "5 Race-Related Concepts Which Need To Go Away" and I will offer up suggestions for healing the racial rift.
Below are the "5 Race-Related Concepts Which Need To Go Away":
1. The Mythical Race Card
2. Attacking Someone's Credibility Solely Based On Their Race
3. Lumping Everyone Of A Racial Group Together
4. The Concept That It Is Impossible For People Of Color To Be Bigoted
5. Crabs In A Barrel Syndrome
Listen to this episode of the Bougie Girl Coaching entitled: "5 Race-Related Concepts Which Need To Go Away"