The standards of beauty in color

After listening to Okoro, I immediately found Amber Starks and her view of the situation. Here is what Starks shares.

Colorism is only one aspect of a bigger concern that surpasses colorism and racism. The standards of beauty, that arguably affects all women is an ongoing, and bigger challenge women face. What stuck out to me was her dream of having a diversity of beauty as opposed to the a monopolized standard.

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JTRobinson

Artist and Business Professional working to build a stronger community for the Arts.

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