The Interracial Experience: Growing Up Black/White Racially Mixed in the United States

The Interracial Experience: Growing Up Black/White Racially Mixed in the United States

The Interracial Experience: Growing Up Black/White Racially Mixed in the United States

The Interracial Experience: Growing Up Black/White Racially Mixed in the United States

Synopsis

The number of black-white mixed marriages increased by 504% in the last 25 years. By gathering hard data as well as a series of intensely personal and revealing vignettes, Dr. Brown offers a rare glimpse into the lives, struggles, frustration and joys of mixed race people. She investigates psychosocial issues unique to mixed race children. Also, experiences that influenced their adjustment in a country that has subjected them to racist abuses from the white as well as black side of the racial divide and has shoehorned them into a racial category that denies half of their physiological and psychological existence are explored.
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