Biracial Winner of Miss Black U. Texas Contest Criticized as Not Black Enough
“not letting it ruin her moment”
This is the path we’re headed down, thanks to the left.
The Dallas Morning News reported:
‘Not black enough?’ Biracial winner of Miss Black University of Texas draws backlash
Rachael Malonson has always struggled with her biracial identity. After being crowned Miss Black University of Texas, social media users attacked her for the way she looks.
Malonson is not letting it ruin her moment, though.
“For me, I’ve always had to battle ‘I’m not black enough.’ But to not just place, but win the title is truly rewarding,” said Malonson, who’s from Magnolia, near Houston.
After winning Miss Black University of Texas 2017 on April 30, Malonson said she felt empowered as a woman. Previously, she felt insecure not knowing where she fit in.
“I remember I felt so insecure because people didn’t understand who I was by my look,” Malonson previously said to the campus student newspaper. “I’m confident in it now and see it as a unique trait where I’m able to teach people that not every black person [and] not every mixed person looks the same way.”
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