GUEST BLOG: Native Texan, by Zetta Brown

This was written before the terrorist hate crime in SC, but it does touch on a few of the issues we’re dealing with in the aftermath. Check it out. 🙂 REAL SOUTHERN, REAL WOMEN I was born in a very small North Texas town, and I was born a Negro…which became black…which became Afro/Black/African-American. But while American society came up with new names to call me based on my race, I just considered myself a Texan. I remember as a child playing in the red dirt of my parent’s home town, eating Moon Pies, drinking grape Nehi or red cream … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Native Texan, by Zetta Brown