Black Men on Being Light and Dark-Skinned

George Lyle and Lee Hill

Pictured: George Lyle (left) and Lee Hill (right) Addie Whisenant, NPR hide caption

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NPR producers Lee Hill and George Lyle wax poetic about perceptions of skin tone, and how it can often cause consternation within the Black community.

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