This raises the question over whether biracial children can ever really be “color blind” in a society so marked by race.
Is this the formula for an identity crisis or can mixed-race people truly embrace their black and white sides?
" she tweeted on New Year's Eve -- nearly a week after Cooper's proposal.
"We wanted to celebrate with our family and friends 1st b4 announcing."Cooper popped the question in Scotland, where the couple spent the Christmas holiday before retreating to the English countryside for New Year's."Yes it's official...
And I think my child should know that black part of themselves.” The Grio: Kim Kardashian wants child ‘to not see color’ But at the same time, she says when she finally becomes a mom she wants her children to know the white “side of themselves.” Her comments echo the same sentiment as reality star Kim Kardashian, who is expecting her first child with Kanye West.