Ginger, in many ways, represented the potential that many young girls desperately needed from mainstream television.
The fact of the matter is Black girls deserve to see themselves as magical, intelligent, and central in their own stories.
To be Black in America is to be in a complicated relationship with one’s own oppressor.
There have been few other movements to spark as much controversy, confusion, and gut-wrenching passion as social media activism.
“You’re just gonna let her cut it all off and run around like a boy? What will her boyfriend think?”