Human Canvas – February 2015

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Human Canvas: Name the first 5 things that come to mind with the colors Black & White. Miss Tima: A picture, old school TVs, the truth, old people , and cows. Human Canvas: What was the most racist thing you have had to go through personally?
Miss Tima: The most racist thing I have had to go through was was ….hmm… Nothing comes to mind currently. There have been many instances of sexism. I can name instances of that with my eyes closed. Racism though? There have been instances…. getting ignored on a restaurant until having to get a manager to get served. I was profiled by the police in NY about 4 years ago having rented a very nice car and enjoying Fleet Week was randomly pulled over and questioned. My sister and I was like what the? Instances of being treated differently due to race but not major things that stick out in my mind.
Human Canvas: How have you contributed to breaking racial barriers?
Miss Tima: I have contributed to breaking racial barriers by just being myself. I don’t fit into any specific wicket for my race.
Human Canvas: What do you think about #teamlightskin vs #teamdarkskin?
Miss Tima: Personally I think it’s sad sometimes. One shade isn’t better than the other but each has very distinctive qualities. I think there are more negative connotations with dark skin and that it can only be changed by having conversations about it and raising kids to see the beauty in it.
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CHARLES
Human Canvas: Name the first 5 things that come to mind with the colors Black & White.
Charles: Unity, division, calmness, chaos, and beauty. Black and white can be all those things and it’s amazing how it varies from person to person
Human Canvas: What was the most racist thing you have had to go through personally?
Charles: The daily struggle of having to prove that I am a brown man not a black criminal
Human Canvas: How have you contributed to breaking racial barriers?
Charles: I have sex with as many lightskin or Caucasian women as possible to create better unity. Just kidding, or am I?
Human Canvas: What do you think about #teamlightskin vs #teamdarkskin?
Charles: I think we take it all too serious we all just people Charles does not discriminate I love everybody
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TANYA
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Human Canvas: Name the first 5 things that come to mind with the colors Black & White.
Tanya: Power, elegance, innocence, purity, and perfection.
Human Canvas: What was the most racist thing you have had to go through personally?
Tanya: A couple of years ago I went into work to have a handmade noose hanging at my desk.
Human Canvas: How have you contributed to breaking racial barriers?
Tanya: I show and give respect to every nationality. I wasn’t raised to see individuals as color, but as human beings.
Human Canvas: What do you think about #teamlightskin vs #teamdarkskin?
Tanya: My opinion, it’s a very horrible message to display. Instead of feuding within the race we need to come together as one. There are much bigger issues in the world to tackle and resolve. Worrying about skin color should be the least of our problems. Will we ever be united? I don’t know and to keep it real, it might just take another few hundred years to get the answer. The bottom line is… Black is BEAUTIFUL no matter what shade it is.