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“Identifying myself as an Afro-Latina came after years of self-awareness, love, and forgiveness. Being bullied for being ‘light-skinned’ by Black girls and being teased for not speaking Spanish by Latinx folks made me feel like I didn’t ‘fit in’ anywhere,” she said. “I felt like an imposter in Black and Latina spaces until I embraced both within myself. My mixed heritage has been something I’ve both loved and hated. [Being told I was] not enough Latina or Black gave me a sense I wasn’t accepted by either.”

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