Christina Malm9 months ago
Even in your article you are uncomfortable with race. You refer to your children as biracial, you are white and your husband Ghanaian. Ghanaian isn't a race; I don't even know if it's an ethnicity, not being a socioligist. Black is a race but from your statement your children could be white and asian. I point this out not to make you angry but to point out just how charged this conversation is. I work in a predominately white school district with a minority population of less than 15%.It is tough to teach 17 and 18 year olds about this when the groundwork isn't taught at younger grades too. Thanks for your article.