I was just reading last months Marie Claire. There was a small article about how wonderful Disney's new Black Princess is and what a triumph this is for the black community.
Now, I totally agree that it's awesome that MOST people are finally able to see past things like color, race and religion. But something that's been bothering me is this... Why is it that we are STILL using labels when talking about every day people... What I mean is like when referring to a woman in line at the grocery, why do we still feel the need to label? Black Woman, Asian Woman, Jewish Woman... Old, fat... Are we actually seeing each other as equals? Or do we continue to see color, age and religion FIRST??
What are your thoughts??
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