Once upon a time, Barack Obama dated a white girl. When details of this story came out last week , some outlets reported it with the thinly veiled implication that Obama, so beloved for having married an exceptional black woman like Michelle Obama , had some kind of dirty secret. That Obama, the first black president of the United States, allegedly felt that a non-black partner would be a liability to his political career says a lot about the way we view black leaders, activists, public figures and those whom they choose to date. But does dating a white person really make someone less black? Less down? Less woke?
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Just this week, my mum, who was married at 23 and by 25 had her first child, asked as she explained her concerns over my love life. At 24, she says, I should at the very least be engaged. There are three things that are certain for any second-generation African living in Britain: you must graduate, you must marry, and you must have children. Back before the world wide web came along, the love of your life was likely a family friend or a neighbour or a school friend. Now, thanks to social media and an endless supply of romantic comedies, we expect more from a partner. We want men who drive, who are over 6ft, work at JP Morgan, and will spot a Birkin bag and buy it for you just because they can.
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Edie is a year-old New Yorker dissatisfied with everything. Her Bushwick walk-up reeks of fish, or broccoli; mice and roaches live alongside her and her roommate. He leads her on not just romantically but professionally, encouraging her artistic interests — Edie is a painter — threading her hope that she can move out of editorial and into visual work for the company, but dumping her after her mother dies. She stops painting. But then she meets Eric, a white digital archivist twice her age, on a dating website, and she is charmed by the softness of his profile pictures, the ease with which they discuss the uglier parts of life.
Black people are standing up and demanding to be seen and to matter in ways I have read about in history books but have never experienced in my lifetime. Whether we are talking about themovementforblacklives or sayhername , as a community we are requiring that our full humanity not only be recognized but that safe spaces be created for the expression of that full humanity—whether good, bad or ugly. This notion of loving Black people radically is not a new concept, and loving Black people radically means more than just sexing us, partnering with us or even creating family structures with us. It means bearing witness to our struggles and our pain; it means transforming silence into action regarding those struggles and that pain.