ghetto pass
 n.— «The first time I saw Latifah in person, I left my feminism and classical political theory class early so that I could hear her speak over the electric fence between a (white) feminism that many Harvard students and faculty wanted to hear her advocate, and a (black) womanism that the nebulous B-Boy council and many black students needed her to defend so that she could retain her ghetto pass.» —by Rebecca Edby Walker To Be Real Oct. 1, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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