Greetings Classy People,

A person’s race doesn’t mean skin color. Two different points that are not facing discrimination, in the same way, because a white person from Africa will be privileged than a black person from America under various circumstances.

Skin color is the real issue of this modern world’s mind. We are living in the aftermath of white people’s dominance in the past and the passivity of others.
People’s skin colors have been given different tags from different societies to describe them, and black skin color has been severely framed and associated with negativity for so many years.


Angelica Dass is a Brazilian photographer behind the HUMANAE project. A project that has been her therapy and a mirror to reflect the fact that a person’s skin color doesn’t leave you unmoved.
Each one of us, with no exception, has a list of adjectives that pops up in our head when seeing skin color.
We were all taught to associate a bag of vocabulary to skin color, and black has unfairly been attributed to a critical one.

Angelica Dass is working on enlightening minds about the danger of such judgments, and how they can damage people.
She is an inspiration in so many ways, so it is a tremendous honor to include her and her work in the Classy Addiction content.








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