“It’s a big deal to be white in America,” said Jessica Pajarito, a 28-year-old black woman in Los Angeles who lives with her parents in a high-rise apartment building.
“I know my dad, I know how his skin color affects him, he has so much trauma.
I feel like I’m not alone in feeling like I don’t fit in.
I just feel like a minority.””
It’s kind of weird to think that I’m one of the minority group here, but I’m very grateful,” Pajara said.
“For me, it’s like being a little kid, I was born in the ’60s.
But in recent years, the white women in her life have become less accepting of her presence and have begun to call her a racist. “
Pajarita said she has always been a strong supporter of President Donald Trump and has always felt like she’s in the minority.
But in recent years, the white women in her life have become less accepting of her presence and have begun to call her a racist.
Pajaroos’ experience with racism in America has inspired her to organize her own group, the American Black Women’s Coalition, which will gather to discuss the challenges of being a black woman.”
We don’t have any power,” Pjarito said.
She said her goal is to bring attention to the problem of racism in the United States and raise awareness about the black community’s issues.”
I think it’s important to start with our own experiences, to start talking about race, and then to try to educate people on the bigger issues,” she said.
Pajaroito said that she is hopeful that by sharing her experiences she can start a conversation.
She wants other black women to think twice before they decide to wear their hair long.”
My goal is that everyone can say, ‘I don’t know, I don- I don t know, maybe I should just cut it,'” she said, adding that her mother has told her to cut it because she doesn’t feel like she belongs there.”
It made me realize that I can do it, I can be the black person I want to be, and I am not going to be a burden.”