Grandma’s racial rejection disappeared with Olivia

Elizabeth Clair Winslow,
Denver, CO.

No one from my immediate family showed up when George and I were married. But when Olivia was born, all that changed. George was from Jamaica… a brown man. I was from Maryland; Mom said black Irish. Olivia teaches us about Intersectionality and Bias, twenty years later.

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