Karamo Brown experienced racism from a young age, even in his own household. Brown is of Jamaican and Cuban descent. On the latest episode of “Red Table Talk: The Estefans”, the “Queer Eye” star opens up about the turmoil between his own roots.
RELATED: Karamo Brown Was Told ‘I Don’t Interact With Black Folks’ “Growing up, I felt very embarrassed. Even today, to be honest, talking to the producers and talking to people every time they refer to me as Afro-Latino or Latino I get very uncomfortable.
Still to this day,” Brown shares. “I don’t think they understood what they were doing, but it was this subliminal, unconscious, internalized racism that was in them. “For me, playing outside as a kid was nerve wracking because my grandmother wouldRead more on etcanada.com