Why Yes, My mother is white

aTaylor Miller,
Kansas City, MO.

I’m sick of people not believing my mother birthed me just because we have different skin tones.

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2 Responses to "Why Yes, My mother is white"
  1. Sahbism says:

    This is the first time I’ve heard a biracial child say something like this. Most often it is assumed the mother is white if the child is biracial. I know black mothers usually get stuck with the accusation of being a nanny if their child is very light. I think that assuption is starting to die off a bit though; being that more black men and non black men are dating each other these days.

  2. barry irving says:

    …there is space to explain why…give it a shot…lotta people have already!

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