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Ask Dr. Gramma Karen: Readers Reflect and Commentate – Our Children Were Going To Be Mixed…

Ask Dr. Gramma Karen: Readers Reflect and Commentate – Our Children Were Going To Be Mixed…

As we crawled closer to a commitment, I began to envision the better world our children would live in. And one thing I was sure about: Our children were going to be mixed. No child of mine was ever going to describe herself as “Black, with a white parent” — a phrase that I associated with the double whammy of being ignored or abandoned by your white family and labeled by an America that believes in the “one drop rule” and has enslaved, subjugated, and oppressed people accordingly.

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