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Why do some parents of biracial children point ou hat the kid is different? watch

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    I'm just curious. I'm pregnant and expecting a baby girl at will be half black half white. I don't see the point in why a parent would try to make the kid feel different? I don't want to see my daughter as any different than if she were whie. Sh'es my daughter there's no real difference eiher way she's got half my dna. I think making biacial kids feel as if they are black perpetuates a really bad problem. Because they'll never feel whole and I would make it harder to get passed it. Imo.
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    That's the racist one drop rule.

    Ever wondered how someone can be half white, and half black, and still regarded as black?

    Obama isn't black, he is bi-racial. His mother is as white as snow.

    Google the one -drop rule. It was a racist , facist system in America that stated that even if you were even 10% black, you were regarded as 'black'.

    White blood is so pure to racists and facists, that really they can't comprehend someone being bi-racial.
 
 
 
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