White people, did you ever want to ask someone black about being black, but were too worried about being labeled the “R” word? Black people, what about you? Have you ever wanted to tell a white person your unfiltered feelings but didn’t feel like dealing with the aftermath?

By Digitalart

You’re not alone. Me and one of my Caucasian gal pals have honest conversations about race a lot and we thought it would be kinda fun to share one of our talks with others. She took it one step further and decided to blog about it by capturing one of our chats via IM.

Check us out on her wonderfully written blog True Stories. At the very least you’ll smile at level of frankness, even if your feathers happen to get a little ruffled.


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Real Talk: A White Girl and Black Girl Banter on Race — 2 Comments

  1. Loved this!! I could relate to all of it. Thanks to you and your friend. I just wish my family knew as much about our history as your family does.

    • I’m so glad you enjoyed it, it seems to be touching a lot of people. I say it’s good to be honest about such topics. Have you ever tried the Ancestors.com thing? We haven’t, but maybe that could hold some answers for you. My friend recently had her DNA tested so that she could figure out where in Africa her family came from. Now THAT to me is very, very, very interesting. Can you imagine? Very awesome. Thanks for your comment! 🙂

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