‘RHOP’: Gizelle Bryant doesn’t care about claims she enables ‘colorism’

The Real Housewives of the Potomac the cast members have gotten a lot of backlash this season, specifically the so-called mean girls in the group, Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon. While they have been known to team up with their co-stars, this season, viewers say their behavior is more vicious. Furthermore, they have been accused of colorism. But Bryant doesn’t care about criticism or claims of colorism.

Gizelle Bryant smiles on the red carpet – Cheriss May/NurPhoto

What is colourism?

the National Coalition of Christians and Jews defines colorism as: “A practice of discrimination whereby lighter-skinned people are treated more favorably than darker-skinned people. This practice is a product of racism in the United States, as it upholds white beauty standards and benefits whites in institutions of oppression (media, medical world, etc.).”

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