The truth is, the darker someone’s skin tone, the more often they experience racism, hatred and bullying. When someone with dark skin posts a photo of themselves — especially one celebrating their body and their race — we live in a world where they may be subjected to intense hate for their skin color alone.
Zambian Singer Sista D knows this all too well, but she’s hoping some people will change
Sista D writes:
Sometimes I don’t blame people who bleach their skin. Some of them might not be as strong as I’m.
I have been bullied from my childhood to date because of my dark skin. I have been called UGLY, DIRTY, MALE etc.
People will just say anything especially in this Social media era and don’t care how it affects a person. Anyway in all this I’ll always stay true to myself.