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“I was unsure if I could hang out with white kids, because I was seen as “too black” for them. In the same vein, I wasn’t sure if I could hang out with black kids, because I was seen as “too white”.
This often left me wondering if I would ever fit in with anyone. The difficult thing with race – and what I would find is most hard on children who are mixed-race – is that race is often viewed in boxes:
You must exist within one.”