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This system ensured that white male slave owners who had children with the black women they enslaved contributed to their own wealth. We talked about who was respected for their craft, who was deemed a literary darling, and who was not. The former seems easier for many black people to acknowledge. In the US, our current understanding of colorism, though, stems from the decades directly after slavery, when everyone was theoretically free and a citizen regardless of race. They are describing interactions with a wider, non-black world and take into account how both white and black people view skin color. As more black people obtained freedom after the civil war, and began establishing newspapers — vibrant spaces to define and keep record of what it meant to be this new thing, a black citizen of the US — some of the African American newspapers struggled to call colorism exactly what it was.

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To understand colorism, perhaps, we have to understand self-perception.

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Why black people discriminate among ourselves: the toxic legacy of colorism

The debate, mired in frustration and denial, mirrors conversations around colorism and privilege today. Colorism — the prejudice based on skin tone, usually with a marked preference for lighter-skinned people — was something I read about in novels. Wage and punishment inequity and our skewed perception by the professional world make more sense to me, because they operate on the cold logic of white supremacy.

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