The Shield

Wishful Whitewashing

Wishful Whitewashing

Gabi Wy, Features Editor

November 3, 2016

I always dreamt of being white. When I was seven years old, I used to sit on my bathroom counter and poke the ends of my almond-shaped eyes together, dissatisfied when I removed my fingers and realized I could never be like my classmates. At 14, I started dying my hair blonde. I spouted to my mom ...

University of Southern Indiana's student publication