My Culture is Not a Costume

Arista Roesch Editorial   Picture this: you go to a college campus and see an African-American person with ivory foundation on, blue contacts in, a blonde wig, and a swastika armband. You’d raise an eyebrow and ask what the hell is going on, but they’d just chuckle and say, “Hey, it’s just a costume. It’s for my class.” And I guess, to some, that makes it okay. So is any different for a Caucasian person to put on darker foundation and pose as an ethnicity other than their own? I think…

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