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Black, White, and Peach All Over

Black, White, and Peach All Over

By Trillia Newbell My son identifies himself as peach, the crayon color. His grandmother, my British mother in-law, asked him what color he thought she was and he said without hesitation, “Peach!” She said, “Good.” There are times when I wish we all would identify with each other in such creative descriptors. God is much more creative than “black” and “white”. But there will be a day when my biracial son will have to check a little box identifying his ethnicity.  What if he picks […]

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