White Woman Lists All The Things She Had To Learn After Marrying A Black Man, List Goes Viral
Pamela Chandler got married to Walter after meeting him for the first time on Twitter. A year after sharing a passionate romance, realizing that they both share the same love, values, and respect in life, the couple decided to tie the knot. Now happily married with a beautiful daughter, Pamela here wants to discuss how she had to learn things from a new perspective after marrying her husband who is a black man.
#1 Pamela is a white woman who is married to a black man
The country that is entrenched in systemic racism, being a black person is not an easy life to live. Pamela Chandler is the woman who got married to a black man. Even at this point when people are sharing how racism is not a thing in their country, Pamela decided to school all these people with her personal experience. The woman penned down an open letter on Facebook and reading her post some of her experiences really hit you home.
Pamela’s post resonated with a lot of people and it got viral on social media overnight with people lauding her for speaking out the bitter truth and reality. Take a look at the post.
#2 Making a list of all the things Pamela had to relearn and reconsider after marrying Walter
#3 List goes on and at one point it gets heartbreaking
#4 Thye first met on Twitter
“Me and Walter met seven years ago on Twitter,” Pamela told Bored Panda. “He retweeted something I wrote, we started talking and never stopped.”
Following suit their chatting, the two started dating. A year down the lane, Walter moved from the Bronx in New York City to Ohio to marry Pamela. The two love each other and share the same core values of life.
#5 "The Chandler Crew"
Pamela's post is not only an eye-opener for the society that disregards issues of racism but it also received love and respect from people on Facebook. Following such a strong response, she has decided to start a blog, called The Chandler Crew to connect with like-minded people all over the globe.
#6 Pamela knows that it is her white privilege that her words are taken seriously by people
Though Pamela is happy that her words resonated with the common public and that it has gone viral but she is bothered that the same words have been spoken by colored peoples more than a multiple times but why is it that only her words are taken seriously.
#7 "I see society improving. People are willing to talk about it, engage, learn, and try to be better humans"
“I’ve always known that we [as a society] needed to work for more racial unity but I got an inside and unique perspective of what it’s like to live as a different race by being married to a black man,” Pamela explained.
Pamela believes that as a society, there is still hope and we can still untangle ourselves from systemic racism and discrimination in the country. “I see society improving. People are willing to talk about it, engage, learn, and try to be better humans. I think we are all trending upwards as a society, and I think that’s great.”
Though it still bothers her since it is the perspective of a white woman so it is going viral when “plenty of people of color have spoken to these issues many times.”
#8 Here is how Internet responded to Pamela's post