Description 'Negra Bella', from Spanish, translates to 'beautiful black woman/lady'. In Spanish the term 'negra', or 'negro,'(for male) as applied to people is commonly used as a term of endearment and sometimes as a nickname. As a matter of fact, a very dear long-time friend's nickname is 'negro' because he is the darkest skinned among siblings in a biracial family.Mercedes Sosa, for example, a world-renowned folk singer (recently deceased) from Argentina, was known as 'La Negra'.Perhaps it is too much information, but if you have skin colour issues you will never be my friend, and that's where I stand.
Francisco 'Paco' Dozier, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Member Since March 2009 Artist Statement Thanks for stoppin' by and have a delicioso día!
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