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Colourism, Safe Spaces, Spaces International, Inclusion, Mixed Race, Interracial, Experience
Colourism
Fredrick Maati Mobegi

Tuning off the Tone

Although the narrative of “Tunning up the tone” is derived from a testing moment of my youth, it’s a reminiscence of the prime definitions of tone: the strengthening that was derived from the tribulations, the harmony of making new friends, albeit acquaintances, the musicality of learning a new language. It encompasses all that makes us ‘same same, but different’. The forte of tone.

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Colourism, Safe Spaces, Spaces International, Inclusion, Mixed Race, Interracial, Experience
Colourism
Shiphrah Lakka

Growing Beyond Colour

A 35 year old Indian woman shares her story of how she grew to love her dark skin in a world that told her that only fair was beautiful. It emphasizes the importance of looking beyond a person’s outward appearance and encourages people to see the beauty that is evident in every skin tone.

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Colourism, Safe Spaces, Spaces International, Inclusion, Mixed Race, Interracial, Experience
Colourism
Benjamin Alfred

Countering the Colour

A mixed-race doctor navigates the struggles and joys of his own identity as a mixed-race individual. It emphasises the need of wholistic education and exposure and the hope for the generations to come, one where colour isn’t used as a tool to put people in boxes but a crowning jewel in our identity as humans.

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