Felix Brooks Jr., Kalamazoo, MI As the father of a biracial child I told my daughter not to let anyone place a label on you. You get to choose for yourself . She took me up on that, and owned her own choice, and never struggled with who she was as a person .
Melissa Robinson, Vail, AZ.
Sonni Williams Germantown, MD My name is Sonni, and I am 47 years old. I have 3 sons, and all of them have white fathers. When my first two were born, it was clear to everyone that their father was white, or that they were of mixed heritage because of their fare skin and hair […]
Molly Dodson Stillwater, OK
Lamia Barrington Federal Way, WA Although we (North Africans) are considered Caucasian, I always choose African American or Black. How is that possible that we are white? We clearly are not and what gives the government the right to label us as such? I truly believe that we are the group that’s discriminated against the […]
Mark Fitchett Morristown, TN
Cody Fong CA I’m half white and half Asian. And if there isn’t an “Other” box I decline to answer.
Jacqueline Hunter Ann Arbor, MI
Kristen Musson Ann Arbor, MI
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AP James Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation
Diane Hartman North Tonowanda, NY