Circa 2016, when you hear of light skin being preferred and dark skin being labelled as ugly, you have to see the origin and the parallels of the past maintaining its presence today. This type of nonsense is still happening in various countries and industries around the world and it is partly enforced by the last people on the planet who should be taking it up. When dark skin is dissed and light skin is praised in opposition, by default or even directly, what you are favouring, celebrating and enforcing is that history, that code and that slave version of divide and conquer.
Perhaps the problem is deeper, perhaps your:
a) carrying that ye olde programming and don't know you are.
b) carrying that ye olde programming, aware that you are and think that it's right.
Either way, you are hating a part of yourself, that you don't want to be associated with. I don't want to hear "yeah I'm black, but I'm not dark". No, you are stupid and your mind is clouded by darkness and the shame of the association. If you are black or mixed and you have a problem with the 'loudest' versions of the hue, then ultimately you have a problem with an element of you. Your insults are seemingly an attempt to distance yourself from the most obvious sign, that in the end you hail from Africa,
Feast of All Saints detailed the lives of free and enslaved people and was just as much about class as race.