Household appliances that are unaffordable to Blacks and Asians.
Sharise (African American Daughter aged 12)
Sarah (White America child aged 12)
Mummy (African American mother aged 35)

"Mummy why don't we have a fridge and washing machine and other white goods like my friend Sarah?" "Young Sharise, this is something I asked my mother when I was a child. It not not something I can explain to you, it is something you will learn as you grow up."
by racistonarockingchair October 06, 2011

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