Black men and women speak out about the prevalence of colorism in Hollywood—and discuss how they grew up bombarded with images of light-skinned actresses in lead roles, which perpetuated the belief that dark skin was “ugly.” For more on #DarkGirls, visit https://bit.ly/30RTcLP
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Colorism in Hollywood: Beauty is “Restricted to One Shade” | Dark Girls | Oprah Winfrey Network