Dr. B

145: The Complexity of Interracial Parenting

145: The Complexity of Interracial Parenting

I’m a woman of color in an interracial marriage. My mother passed for white because of her features. People often say that I couldn't possibly be her child. My own family also treated me differently. I've had lots of painful experiences because of racial discrimination.  My daughters have very white features but they could still have babies that look like me. I have to show my children that despite the fact that some people feel that way about racial differences, there are a lot of people that do not.

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