- Don’t Matter if You’re Black or White
- “Aunt” or “Ant?” It’s Not a Black and White Issue
- Chinese or Blonde? How About Both?
- Race Discrimination: “Is It My Fault?”
- Black in the Supermarket Checkout Line
- Boy, Am I Glad I’m White!
- Returning Land to the “Brown People”
- The Toddler Color Association Game
- Jordan’s Story
- Neil’s Story
- So….I’m Not White?
- Racial Profiling
- Kate’s Story
- The Color of Peanut Butter
- The Color of Breakfast
- Black and White
- The Sesame Street Connection
- The Klan
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Tag Archives: Spanish
I always knew my family was different. Although we were not racially different from other families in my town, culturally and ethnically, we didn’t exactly fit the same mold as everyone else. My parents spoke Spanish at home, we ate … Continue reading
My son is 8. He and we are caucasian – Spanish and American. His friends are from many different cultures and races, and when referring to someone requires calling attention to something that he things will help me remember someone, … Continue reading