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They were here as part of annual war game exercises off the eastern coast. I said ‘no’ and she moved onto the next black target.
We now sold this cuisine in a mostly white suburb filled with yoga and pilates studios and fresh juice bars.But like any other colonised country, racism exists here too: it arrived by boat.It first made itself known to me on a partly cloudy Sunday, while I worked at my wife and I’s food business selling plant-based “soul food” in Potts Point.It’s for this reason that I won’t return to one hotel in the Rocks that’s famously known for their stunning view of the Harbour Bridge.On a balmy Saturday evening, we’d walked up to a second-floor cocktail bar via some bygone-era wooden staircase. I drank an elegant Negroni while my wife consumed a well-executed vodka martini, her drink of choice to accompany the giant Afro wig that she was wearing.Michael, an outspoken friend of ours, in an act of protest, gave it to the bouncers.
He labelled them pawns: Brown Yes-Men plucked out by the white club owners to faithfully reduce the number of other brown people allowed inside.
The young woman glowed while discussing her love of the music wafting from our speaker: in this case, it was Maxwell’s 90s hit ‘Sumthin’ Sumthin’.
She confessed that underneath her slightly tanned skin was the vibrant soul of an African-American woman.
JR had a wealth of experience in the USA and came over on a sponsored visa.
After spending a significant amount of time within Sydney’s dating scene, he had a saying for it all: ‘The harvest is plenty but the labourers are few.’ He was referring to the overabundance of highly interested women and not enough African-American men to match their numbers.
She looked at me and said, ‘I looove black music, soul food and black men.’ Her ‘adoration’ was more of a ‘fetishisation’.