‘Mommy, Why Is My Skin Tone Different Than Yours?’ By CJ Johnson

Chrissy is a 6 year old girl who embarks upon a journey of seeking answers about her skin tone. After noticing that her mother, Teresa, is much lighter than she is, Chrissy is confused about her mother’s racial identity. Her mother, Teresa, educates, uplift, and bestows knowledge upon Chrissy so that she can then teach others about the beautiful term called “melanin”. Chrissy learned that there are many different shades of brown and that her melanin is indeed poppin’!

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