Colorism In The Black Community: The Sickness Remains! – The LanceScurv Show Live & Uncensored!

Have you ever been told as a Black person that you are simply TOO DARK?

What does it mean to have GOOD HAIR?

Have you been snubbed by a member of the opposite sex that you were interested in merely because you didn’t measure “up” to their skin color requirements?

Why do lighter skinned Blacks seem to have an air of superiority about them when dealing with those who are darker?

We in the Black Community complain about how bad Racism is but many of us perpetuate the same mentality towards our own and even in many cases MORE INTENSELY than any White Racist?

What gives people?

This is 2015 everyone and this twisted way of thinking is alive and well in the Black community and it seems as though no one wants to really talk about it!

We will go DEEP into the toxic mindsets of many in the Black Community who feel superior or inferior and everything in between because of the color of their skin! This show will be raw and uncensored! You have been warned!

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Showtime: December 23, 2015 @ 1.a.m. Eastern Standard Time/ December 22, 2015 @ 10 p.m. Pacific Standard Time

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