“My Only Sin Is In My Skin”

By March 2, 2020 No Comments
Colourism first emerged as a construct in the 80s to describe the different treatment of dark-skinned individuals over their fairer counterparts. Children and women are at the greatest of risks and the issues they face include subconscious micro-aggressions and a dearth of representation. Does skin tone influence educational, societal, and economic progress? How do we confront and shed light on the situation?

Join the discussion with Thulasy Suppiah (Founder of Dear Indian Girls and lawyer) and Gayathri Santhi-McBain (Founder of Word on Women and social justice activist).

 

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