Eliza Anyangwe

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It was on the bus, of all places, that fate decided to throw my internal programming into reverse and free me from racist beauty standards. It’s 2007, and I’m standing on a platform at London Bridge station willing myself not to stare at people’s bums. To look would mean to compare, and in the battle for pert posteriors, mine always comes up short.feedback
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Apr 14 2017 London
Eliza Anyangwe has most recently been quoted in an article called A moment that changed me: rejecting the white ‘prettiness’ ideal. Eliza Anyangwe said, “It was on the bus, of all places, that fate decided to throw my internal programming into reverse and free me from racist beauty standards. It’s 2007, and I’m standing on a platform at London Bridge station willing myself not to stare at people’s bums. To look would mean to compare, and in the battle for pert posteriors, mine always comes up short.”.
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