Sheek Magazine


Do you capitalize the “B” in Black?

Because you most certainly should when you’re referring to my people. We aren’t a crayon color to add dimension to your white view. We are an expansive diaspora that have been abused and disrespected for centuries. This simple change when writing/typing signifies a proper noun as opposed to a pigment color and is a tiny way you can uplift us. 

While you’re at it, keep the “w” in white lowercase. No more power is needed there.

Will you make a conscious effort to modify your grammatical choices?

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