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I AM WHO I AM

I suppose I should at least give a proper introduction before we start backpacking through the rest of my life, at least for the readers who are not my mom (HI MOM!). 898 more words

Self Love

What Are You?

Is there a balance to be struck?

Is it even possible?

Growing up, I was surrounded mostly by white people. I wanted to look more white. 1,994 more words

Why I'm Passionate About Racism Part 1

For most people racism is a topic that is avoided, but for me it is something that I am completely unafraid to bring up in any conversation.   814 more words

Racism

What Are You?

My daughter-in-law is bi-racial. Her father was black and her mother was white. Her skin is a very light brown, making it possible to think her Latino, Asian or even Middle Eastern.  1,121 more words

Racism

Dear Adoption, My Pigment Doesn't Wash Off

Dear Adoption, My Pigment Doesn’t Wash Off

I am a transracial adoptee, born biracial and adopted by a white family 50 years ago.  My vision of the world starts from this perspective. 1,076 more words

Adoption

Baba

No connection with half of myself

Relationship built on shattered egg shells

Family is currency, where is all my wealth?

Bricks for walls is all that he sells… 95 more words

The anxieties tied with being Bi-racial

Feminism, anti LGBTQ+ discrimination, racism, black lives matter, equality- we’ve all heard of them, but have you ever heard of bi-racial discrimination?

I’m supposing many people’s answers will be no, and that is why I have decided to write this blog. 563 more words