My formal education, included some omissions, mis-information and Miseducation that has led me to to seek truth, not only through literature but also through higher consciousness.
My mother met my father in Toronto in the late 60's when it was taboo for a white woman to love a black man. My mother is Irish and Lebanese and my father
My Mom is African American creole and native American my dad is Puerto Rican Black and white.I've never really fit in with the blacks whites or the Hispanics.
Being 16 with a black mother and a white father was hard growing up. This is such a racist time and its even worse for a mixed kid. Just recently I met
I constantly get asked, What are you? and I can never just let this question roll off my shoulder. I want to answer, Human but that may be perceived as
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After I made my comment I was thinking that I do not have to chose between the two offered choices as one has the right (at least in your own mind) to
Nicely written, much better than Susan's S
Ok I am a mixed race female in the United States. Racism is an interesting topic which has conquured many aspects of my life. Growing up I am a first American
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