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“I Didn’t Know You Had a Mixed Baby!” My Students React to My Biracial Daughter

By Guest Contributor Balancing Jane I do not wake up in the morning thinking to myself that I have a biracial child. I don’t tickle her and think about the color of her skin or the texture of her hair. … Continue reading

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Freakonomics author: Mixed-race children better looking

by Tami Winfrey Harris, ARP editor (Note: In the study discussed below, mixed race = having one black parent and one white parent.) A recent paper co-authored by Steven D. Levitt asserts: 1) Mixed-race kids grow up in households that … Continue reading

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Not My Hair

by Anti-Racist Parent columnist Liza Talusan Daughter #1 is at it again.. the hair. All the smart anti-racist parents called it a few months ago when I posted about the issues my 4- year old daughter is having with her … Continue reading

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