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The Dental Life In The Morning Shirtis, people, get too comfortable to the point where they don’t think their comments or actions towards my race will actually matter, but they still do. I am mixed, so I don’t “fit in” to any specific community of people. Black dental see me as “too white”, white people treat me as the token black friend, and Hispanic people (Surprise! I’m Puerto Rican!) don’t accept me as such because I’m not fluent in Spanish. So I’m just a culturally ambiguous feather floating around not really belonging to any one place and people hate that they don’t know how to categorize me. Well, how do you think I feel about dental? Where am I supposed to call home?
Who am I supposed to feel completely comfortable around? Black people are constantly trying to ensure the comfort of everyone else around them and blend in and not cause chaos, but who’s concerned about our comfort? And underestimated academically and told I’m “not REALLY black” but still treated as if my opinion speaks for the entire black population. How do you think a white person feels when they are the only “white” person in the room. All eyes on the white dental. I am fortunate to be strong enough to deal with the situation, be friendly and close your eyes to the colors in the room. They are all friendly and want to be loved and accepted. Treat them that way and we are all better off.