by Lauren Williams onDecember 13, 2010
Checking a census box that says "black" doesn't mean you're denying your white ancestry. It's just how we roll in America.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onDecember 13, 2010
A report that biracial people are denying their white parents seems absurd to our writer -- but she's paying attention anyway.
December 13, 2010
A new study posits that black-white biracial adults are increasingly choosing, like President Obama, to emphasize their blackness. But in this country, "black" has always been a mongrel affair.
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