What advantages does she speak of having in "How It Feels to Be Colored Me"?
In her essay "How It Feels to be Coloured," Zora Neale Hurston discusses how she personally feels about being black in a predominantly white country. In her opinion, she has just as many advantages as disadvantages.
In some ways, she says that white people are at more of a disadvantage because they have to cope with the guilt of slavery. White people she says are haunted by dark ghosts who...
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