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My own heritage is mixed in that my father is from an old American family with some notable ancestors. My husband's family is as well mixed, in that his family is divided with some being southern baptists, and his father being islamic.
Some people think we adopted, some think the mother is a nanny,some agencies even questioned the legitimacy of our birth records! I also believe that those blacks who shun mixed race couples and children are the exception rather than the rule in black America.
The kids have to deal with the color comments in school, but we explain things at home, and everything seems to be working out OK, especially since there is a growing Hispanic presence in our area now. When I was younger, mixed race women, we called them redbones, were very desireable to me.
The challenges are different and not being prepared for them is the issue.
The thing I would say is that for the person who is not used to dealing with racism or rejection, they will have the biggest adjustment to make.
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