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Every once in a while, the internet will bring tears to your eyes. And a viral video from a BaltimoreCity classroom proves that solidarity among black women and girls can be magical. Janiyah is a 13-year-old student at SouthwestBaltimoreCharterSchool, and during a recent class activity, she opened up to her classmates about her self-esteem issues. β€œI thought light-skinned girls were pretty because I was always the black ugly girl,” Janiyah said. β€œYou can look at all the light-skinned complexions and everybody is in love with them.” Janiyah went on to talk about how she didn’t feel pretty because she’s dark-skinned, and that’s when her teacher, Valencia D. Clay, suggested that Janiyah’s classmates give her compliments. @valencia_valencia blackessence embracebeauty blackmagic @merciful.melanin 17thsoulja BlackIG17th: Students Show Love for Classmate After She Admits Having Self-Esteem lssues MERCIFUL MELANIN Because of Dark Skin Every once in a while, the internet will bring tears to your eyes. And a viral video from a BaltimoreCity classroom proves that solidarity among black women and girls can be magical. Janiyah is a 13-year-old student at SouthwestBaltimoreCharterSchool, and during a recent class activity, she opened up to her classmates about her self-esteem issues. β€œI thought light-skinned girls were pretty because I was always the black ugly girl,” Janiyah said. β€œYou can look at all the light-skinned complexions and everybody is in love with them.” Janiyah went on to talk about how she didn’t feel pretty because she’s dark-skinned, and that’s when her teacher, Valencia D. Clay, suggested that Janiyah’s classmates give her compliments. @valencia_valencia blackessence embracebeauty blackmagic @merciful.melanin 17thsoulja BlackIG17th
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