““I am not a black woman, I’m a Christian woman who happens to be black!””<br><br>You were black before you were Christian…<br><br>Add self hate, trying to find comfort/position ourselves in the dominant society and trying to escape blackness.<br><br>Black girl magic got a lot of our sistas on some shyt…

"“I am not a black woman, I’m a Christian woman who happens to be black!”"

You were black before you were Christian...

Add self hate, trying to find comfort/position ourselves in the dominant society and trying to escape blackness.

Black girl magic got a lot of our sistas on some shyt...

Evangelist Priscilla Shirer: "I do not describe myself as a black woman"

Priscilla Shirer speaker, author, and actress “I do not describe myself as a black woman — because that gives too much power to my blackness.”
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