fighting stereotypes

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I'd rather be a free, black sheep of a soul or stiffer than a piece of coal than be bound at the neck, wrist, and ankles by the chains of labels and stereotypes
You say That I’m the whitest black girl You’ve ever seen. Now, I’ve heard it from other races, But somehow When it comes from you, Another African American It breaks my heart,
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