Webb For this chat, I interviewed my mother. This was eye opening for me because in our face-to-face conversation I learned about details of my childhood that I have no memory of. I hope you enjoy a new voice in this conversation. Do you consider your self dark-skinned, light-skinned, or neither? I may be a light brown but certainly not light-skinned. I attribute that to where I grew up.
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Being brown and having a white dad means something, whether people want to acknowledge it or not. Stories and experiences told by people of color, fathered by white men. Thing is, though, absolutely none of us have the same story to tell about what it's like being brown, raised by a white guy in a society that ranks validity based on melanin and race. Answers are never just black and white--but in the case of biracial identity, sometimes, that's exactly what they are. When I was about five years old, I learned the phrase, "Pedestrians have the right of way. My mother calls this my "Bad Seed" phase.