Sharon’s Osbourne Owes Sheryl Underwood a Public Apology For Her Demeaning Behavior and Willful Ignorance

The historical and present pain, shame and trauma of watching Black women being belittled

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Vicarious trauma — Black women and girls witnessed

What message are we sending to little girls watching of any race? Allowing biased and unprofessional behavior silences the next generation of Black and brown girls and ensures that White women will always be allowed to be basic, behave badly, and still succeed — not on merit, but on the inherent power and privilege of whiteness.


Writer, Founder WEOC and Editor of Writers and Editors of Color Mag Bylines in Zora, Momentum, An Injustice!, POM, Illumination, The Pink, and Better Marketing

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