“It’s a crazy experience to grow up in a white country where the white people don’t even realize they are white and what kinds of privileges it gives them,” said Koko Hubara, founder and editor-in-chief of Ruskeat Tytöt (which translates to “Brown Girls”). The lifestyle website describes itself as the first site for brown people and by brown people in Finland. “The conversation on the implications of whiteness [in Finland] is only beginning now, very slowly,” she said.

Quelle: Creating a Community for Brown Girls in One of the World’s Whitest Countries – Broadly