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But a line must be drawn between the criticisms of interracial relationships that come from people of colour versus the same reproach offered by white people. Because when white people ask "How can you be so firm in your race politics when your kan is white? It is heavy with historical scrutiny.
It carries an implicit ostracism. It's born from a sordid political history that sought to separate through laws such as the Immorality Act, making it illegal for black people to marry white people. That question from a white person is rich with self-righteous permission: Since the release of my own book, S orry, Not Sorry: Experiences of a brown woman in a white South AfricaI have faced similar interrogation.
Many women of colour have sought to understand how I consolidate my white wife with my "anti-white rhetoric". After all, several essays in the book take strong stances against woke whites and white privilege. In less constructive debates, Marrier have been indirectly called a "hotep", a term that usually refers to straight black men who act woke and actually aren't.
An eye roll, the reaction of the speechless, was all I could offer in response. Then there was the time a self-proclaimed woke white emerged on Afrikaans Facebook to "out" me tto dating white people.
Her point was that my interrogation of the "rainbow nation" democracy and my marrried to buy into what is effectively a shallow payoff line was housed in hypocrisy because my dating history was revealing of my willingness to let go of my "reverse racism" when it suited me. The irony is, this person was herself a hypocrite.
The worst kind, the duplicitous kind that wins brownie points on Black Twitter, for example, only to forsake her false principles on White Facebook. My little brother has a black girlfriend, dark-skinned.
My mother has been married to a white man, then a Ghanaian man, very dark-skinned, now a Jamaican man, of medium-skin. Each time she marries, is she in a different status with her own blackness?
How does that work? I know this for sure: Her work received four Pushcart Prize nominations in Follow her on Twitter at chayab77 for upcoming readings and events.
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